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River Water Reclamation
 

Water scarcity is due to the lack of fresh water resources in the society to meet water demand. It affects every continent and was listed in 2019 by the World Economic Forum as one of the largest global risks in terms of potential impact over the next decade.

It has been manifested by partial or no satisfaction of expressed demand, economic competition for water quantity or quality, disputes between users, irreversible depletion of groundwater, and negative impacts on the environment.It has been noted that , One-third of the global population (2 billion people) live under conditions of severe water scarcity at least 1 month of the year.

Half a billion people in the world face severe water scarcity all year round. Half of the world’s largest cities experience water scarcity since natural resource gets polluted by industrialization and urbanization. It is mandatory to reclamate the river for reuse purpose.


Benefits of River Water Reclamation:
  • Increased water availability
  • Drinking water substitution - keep drinking water for drinking and reclaimed water for non-drinking use (i.e. industry, cleaning, irrigation, domestic uses, toilet flushing, etc.)
  • Reduced over-abstraction of surface and groundwater
  • Reduced energy consumption associated with production, treatment, and distribution of water compared to using deep groundwater resources, water importation or desalination
  • Reduced nutrient loads to receiving waters (i.e. rivers, canals and other surface water resources)
  • Reduced manufacturing costs of using high quality reclaimed water
  • Increased agricultural production (i.e. crop yields)
  • Reduced application of fertilizers (i.e. conservation of nutrients, reducing the need for artificial fertilizer (e.g. soil nutrition by the nutrients existing in the treated effluents)
  • Enhanced environmental protection by restoration of streams, wetlands and ponds

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