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Aims & Scope

Journal of Water Reuse and Desalination is an international open access journal publishing peer-reviewed papers on the science and technology, policy, regulation, social and economic aspects and applications of sustainable sources of water to cope with water scarcity, including new sources of non-conventional water. Journal of Water Reuse and Desalination publishes review articles, theoretical and experimental research papers, new findings and issues related to non-potable and potable water reuse applications and desalination. The journal welcomes contributions from developing and developed countries.

The journal includes, but is not limited to, the following topics:

Water Reuse and Desalination Management
- Public health
- Environmental health
- Regulatory policies
- Water reuse planning/desalination planning
- Risk management
- Public perception/education and outreach
- Economic aspects of water reuse and desalination

Water Reuse and Desalination Sustainability
- Environmental impacts and mitigation (greenhouse gas emissions)
- Food-Energy-Water Nexus
- Integrated resources planning/water supply resiliency
- Reuse in developing countries

Water Reuse and Desalination Applications
- Agricultural reuse
- Environmental restoration
- Greywater, stormwater treatment and reuse
- Municipal, industrial, and environmental non-potable reuse applications
- Augmentation of surface and ground water sources
- Potable water reuse applications
- Desalination technology for seawater and brackish water
- Brine management and technology


Journal of Water Reuse and Desalination is published four times a year in March, June, September and December.

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