“Mediterranean living labs for non-conventional water reuse at local scale: MENAWARA project”. Report presented at the International Congress Smallwat21v , 17-18 June 2021, Badajoz, Spain
Feb 03 2022
Mediterranean countries are torn between old and new water policies, and water shortage experience is not related only to increasing demand and/or climate change, but also to poor infrastructure and management practices.
This situation is aggravated in those rural areas where irrigated agriculture represents the backbone of the social growth and driving force of the economic activity.In this sense, the joint challenges of MENAWARA project consist of providing additional resources by recycling non-conventional water (drainage and wastewater), rationalizing water use practices and setting operational governance models in line with national and international plans.