Original disclosure @ IADB website
Updated in EWS Oct 26, 2019
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The primary objective of this analytical work is to promote a paradigm shift in the LAC region's approach to circular economy in water, and specifically in wastewater through resource recovery. Wastewater-to-resource (WW2R) increases the economic benefits of treatment systems and provides additional benefits that can be captured by the served population (energy, nutrients, bio-solids). This work will promote the prioritization and design of investments in the context of a circular economy in which wastewater is considered as an asset and a resource to be utilized rather than a liability, while promoting at the same time integrated, regional watershed planning. This project will consider basins which are trans-boundary as a plus to be considered as pilot under thescope of work.
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