Literature review: the relevant material examined includes local, state and federal government policy documents, project reports, meeting minutes, professional associations? documents, scholarly journal articles, and media reports. Interviews: semi-structured interviews were conducted with a wide range of key stakeholders at local and state level who have been involved in the history of SEQ water recycling, including former public servants, local government councillors, local government water engineers, water industry consultants, and other significant community members. The names of interviewees have not been revealed when personal views and perspectives have been expressed.

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Party Professor Brian William Head
Water Management   160808  

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