Key messages from a decade of water quality research into roof collected rainwater supplies

Written by peter@uwcs.com.au

June 1, 2006

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This paper provides an overview of some key observations from the research program into the quality of water supply from rainwater tanks conducted over the last decade. The research journey provides some key insights into water quality processes in rainwater tanks and highlights the need for continuing scientific endeavour to replace myths and agendas with facts about this important water source.

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Dr Coombes has spent more than 30 years dedicated to the development of systems understanding of the urban, rural and natural water cycles with a view to finding optimum solutions for the sustainable use of ecosystem services, provision of infrastructure and urban planning.

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