Rachel Watson
Rachel Watson
Research Principal, Institute for Sustainable Futures UTS Sydney
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Local recycled water in Sydney: A policy and regulatory tug-of-war
R Watson, P Mukheibir, C Mitchell
Journal of Cleaner Production 148, 583-594, 2017
132017
Distributed Recycled Water Decisions–Ensuring Continued Private Investment
R Watson, C Mitchell, S Fane
AWA (ed), Australian Water Association, Perth, 2013
72013
Distributed recycled water systems-hard to justify in Sydney, but it's a great place to learn
R Watson, S Fane, C Mitchell
Asia Pacific Water Recycling Conference, 2013
52013
The critical role of impact distribution for local recycled water systems
R Watson, S Fane, CA Mitchell
International Journal of Water Governance, 2016
42016
How sustainability assessments using multi-criteria analysis can bias against small systems
R Watson, C Mitchell, S Fane
AWA Water 39 (8), 69-73, 2012
42012
WASTEWATER SYSTEMS-Wastewater Systems: Decentralised or Distributed? A review of terms used in the water industry
R Watson
Water-Australian Water and Wastewater Association 38 (8), 69, 2011
42011
Real options thinking for Hunter Water's drought response
S Fane, P Mukheibir, R Watson
University of Technology Sydney, 2019
2019
Water efficiency opportunities for mid-sized utilities
R Watson, S Fane
0zWater'19, 2019
2019
One Water inter-jurisdictional scan [prepared for Regional Municipality of York]
P Mukheibir, C Howe, G Dunn, R Watson
Water Research Foundation, 2019
2019
The bathroom of the future-prospects for information and control
R Watson, P Mukheibir, J Falletta, S Fane
2018
Local recycled water in Sydney: what's happening and why
R Watson, C Mitchell
OzWater'17, 2017
2017
The role of local recycled water systems for sustainable urban water servicing
R Watson
2017
What do building occupants think of onsite recycled water
R Watson
Small Water and Wastewater Systems Conference, 2014
2014
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