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Table 1

Summary of the location of the identified topics within the SWOT analysis

Analytical framingDesirable
Undesirable
Strength
Weaknesses
MaterialImmaterialMaterialImmaterial
Internal aspects Controllable Water treatment
  • – Water quality

  • – Phosphorus recovery

  • – Pharmaceutical residues, heavy metals, pathogens

  • – Measurement and control technology

 
Economy
  • – Profitability

  • – Circular economy

 
Water treatment
  • – Contamination

  • – Salinity

  • – Pharmaceutical residues, heavy metals, pathogens

  • – Wastewater quality

 
Operation and management
  • – System approach (2)

  • – Staff

  • – Existing experience (2)

 
Plant production
  • – System configuration

  • – System approach

  • – Weather-independent production

 
Actors and institutions
  • – Forms of cooperation

  • – Secure water supply

 
Plant production
  • – Control systems

  • – Nutrient supply

 
Economy
  • – Economic incentives

  • – Barriers to entry

 
Environment:
  • – Closed production system

  • – Discharge water quality

 
Environment
  • – Conversion of land

 
Values and standards (sustainability)
  • – Change of perspective

 
Opportunities
Threats
MaterialImmaterialMaterialImmaterial
External aspects Uncontrollable Water treatment
  • – Protection of water resources

  • – Wastewater quality

 
Operation and management
  • – Knowledge

 
Environment
  • – Discharge water quality

 
Operation and management
  • – Existing horticulture sector

  • – Marketing experience

 
Plant production
  • – Regional food production (2)

  • – Water scarcity

  • – Use of artificial intelligence

 
Economy
  • – Income and employment

  • – Competition in resource efficiency

 
Economy
  • – Market competition

  • – Entry point to market

 
Environment
  • – Usable land

 
Actors and institutions
  • – Experience (2)

  • – Regional food production

  • – Political will (2)

 
Actors and institutions
  • – Reaction of media

  • – Permits

  • – Certifications

 
Values and standards (sustainability)
  • – Public acceptance

 
Analytical framingDesirable
Undesirable
Strength
Weaknesses
MaterialImmaterialMaterialImmaterial
Internal aspects Controllable Water treatment
  • – Water quality

  • – Phosphorus recovery

  • – Pharmaceutical residues, heavy metals, pathogens

  • – Measurement and control technology

 
Economy
  • – Profitability

  • – Circular economy

 
Water treatment
  • – Contamination

  • – Salinity

  • – Pharmaceutical residues, heavy metals, pathogens

  • – Wastewater quality

 
Operation and management
  • – System approach (2)

  • – Staff

  • – Existing experience (2)

 
Plant production
  • – System configuration

  • – System approach

  • – Weather-independent production

 
Actors and institutions
  • – Forms of cooperation

  • – Secure water supply

 
Plant production
  • – Control systems

  • – Nutrient supply

 
Economy
  • – Economic incentives

  • – Barriers to entry

 
Environment:
  • – Closed production system

  • – Discharge water quality

 
Environment
  • – Conversion of land

 
Values and standards (sustainability)
  • – Change of perspective

 
Opportunities
Threats
MaterialImmaterialMaterialImmaterial
External aspects Uncontrollable Water treatment
  • – Protection of water resources

  • – Wastewater quality

 
Operation and management
  • – Knowledge

 
Environment
  • – Discharge water quality

 
Operation and management
  • – Existing horticulture sector

  • – Marketing experience

 
Plant production
  • – Regional food production (2)

  • – Water scarcity

  • – Use of artificial intelligence

 
Economy
  • – Income and employment

  • – Competition in resource efficiency

 
Economy
  • – Market competition

  • – Entry point to market

 
Environment
  • – Usable land

 
Actors and institutions
  • – Experience (2)

  • – Regional food production

  • – Political will (2)

 
Actors and institutions
  • – Reaction of media

  • – Permits

  • – Certifications

 
Values and standards (sustainability)
  • – Public acceptance

 

Only subcategories that provide information are listed. Where topics are addressed more than once, this is indicated in brackets.

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