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Israel : a case study of water-demand management

This article explains the principles of water-demand management and how Israel has managed to apply them in practice. It looks at pricing and economic policies, wastewater reuse, water allocations and markets, and rural and urban water conservation policies.

TitleIsrael : a case study of water-demand management
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2003
AuthorsArlosoroff, S.
Paginationp. 4-7 : 3 fig.
Date Published2003-10-01
Keywordsagriculture, economic aspects, israel, markets, policies, recycling, sdiman, sdisan, sdiwat, sewage effluent, uemk, urban areas, water conservation, water demand, water supply charges, water use
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This article explains the principles of water-demand management and how Israel has managed to apply them in practice. It looks at pricing and economic policies, wastewater reuse, water allocations and markets, and rural and urban water conservation policies.

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