D. Xenos, I. Passios, S. Georgiades, E. Parlis, and D. Koutsoyiannis, Water demand management and the Athens water supply, Proceedings of the 7th BNAWQ Scientific and Practical Conference "Water Quality Technologies and Management in Bulgaria", Sofia, 44–50, doi:10.13140/RG.2.1.3660.0561, Bulgarian National Association on Water Quality, 2002.
Water demand management has acquired great importance in the framework of sustainable urban water management. Technological, economical, institutional and communicational means can be used to realise efficient water demand management. In this context, the general conditions and the potential for implementing water demand management in Athens is examined.
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