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EU Water Saving Potential (Part 2 – Case Studies)


Zitiervorschlag

Dworak, Thomas; Maria Berglund; Cornelius Laaser 2007: EU Water saving potential (Part 2 – Case Studies) . ENV.D.2/ETU/2007/0001r. Berlin.

Sprache
Englisch
Autor(en)
Pierre Strosser (ACTeon)
Josselin Roussard (ACTeon)
Benoit Grandmougin (ACTeon)
Maggie Kossida (NTUA)
Ismini Kyriazopoulou (NTUA)
Julio Berbel (Universidad de Córdoba)
Solveig Kolberg (Universidad de Córdoba)
Juan A. Rodríguez-Díaz (Universidad de Córdoba)
Pilar Montesinos (Universidad de Córdoba)
Finanzierung
Jahr
2007
Umfang
98 S.
Projektnummer
917
Inhaltsverzeichnis

1     INTRODUCTION
2     GUADALQUIVIR RIVER BASIN (SOUTHERN SPAIN)
2.1     INTRODUCTION
2.2     OBJECTIVES
2.3     BACKGROUND
2.4     ALLOCATION AND USE OF WATER
2.5     WATER SAVING MEASURE SCENARIOS
2.5.1     Water pricing and volumetric billing
2.5.2     Drought management plan for Guadalquivir
2.5.3     Temporarily re-allocation
2.5.4     Additional measures for water saving
2.6     CONCLUDING REMARKS
3     ARDÈCHE RIVER BASIN (FRANCE)
3.1     OBJECTIVES AND METHODOLOGY
3.2     DESCRIPTION OF THE CASE-STUDY
3.2.1     Geographical scope and issues
3.2.2     Water uses
3.2.3     Current management plan
3.2.4     Measures explored in this case study
3.3     POTENTIAL MAXIMUM SAVINGS AND COST ASSESSMENT IN EACH SECTOR
3.3.1     Household and tourism
3.3.2     Agriculture
3.3.3     Temporal allocation of water: low flow and hydro-electricity
3.4     EVALUATING BENEFITS
3.5     DISCUSSION AND SYNTHESIS
4     SOUTH AND SOUTH-EAST ENGLAND (UNITED-KINGDOM)
4.1     INTRODUCTION
4.2     WATER SAVING DYNAMICS IN THAMES AND SOUTHEAST RDBS
4.2.1     Household Demand
4.2.2     Metering to reduce demand
4.2.3     Water appliance labeling and related systems to reduce demand
4.2.4     Increase capacity to meet demand
4.2.5     Businesses
4.2.6     Power Generation and Energy
4.2.7     Agriculture
4.2.8     Transfers
4.2.9     Leakage
4.3     ECONOMIC INSTRUMENTS –  IN THE CASE FOR RAISING ABSTRACTION CHARGES
4.3.1     Industrial Abstractors
4.3.2     Spray Irrigators
4.3.3     Industry and Aggregates
4.3.4     Water Companies
4.3.5     Potential for Trading
4.4     STRATEGY FOR WATER SAVINGS PER RBD
5     PLASTIRAS AND SMOKOVO RESERVOIR (GREECE)
5.1     OBJECTIVES AND METHODOLOGY
5.2     BACKROUND AND HYDROSYSTEM DEFINITION
5.2.1     Location
5.2.2     Population and Regional Economy
5.2.3     Climatic conditions and water resources
5.2.4     Water Uses
5.2.5     Consumption Needs
5.3     WATER BALANCE PROJECTIONS–BUSINESS AS USUAL SCENARIO
5.4     WATER SAVING MEASURES, BENEFITS AND COSTS
5.4.1     First Water Saving Scenario: Fulfilling Environmental Targets and Implementing Technical Water Saving Measures (conservative implementation)
5.4.2     Second Water Saving Scenario: Fulfilling Environmental Targets and Implementing Technical and Economic Water Saving Measures
5.5     DISCUSSION OF RESULTS
6     SUMMARY OF PRESENTED CASE STUDIES
7     LITERATURE

Schlüsselwörter
Guadalquivir, Südspanien, Ardèche, Frankreich, Süd- und Süd-Ost-England, Großbritannien