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Title: Options for the Re-use of Artesian Spa Water in Moree Plains Shire
Contributor(s): Patrick, Ian (author); Glencross-Grant, Rex (author)orcid ; Stuart, Deidre (author); Wise, Russell M (author)
Corporate Author: Moree Plains Shire Council, Moree Spa Association and Catchment Management Authority (Gwydir)
Publication Date: 2005
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Abstract: The Moree spa industry has existed for over 100 years and has tremendous potential for development. This development, which will benefit not only the five spa operators, but the whole Moree District, is dependent on the industry's ability to be economically viable and meet world's best practice in terms of infrastructure, institutions and environmental management. The aim of this report is to bring together the research that has been undertaken in this area and to provide a framework for the spa industry to not only meet its regulatory compliance commitments with regard to spa effluent disposal but also develop a sustainable spa industry benefiting all stakeholders.
Publication Type: Report
Publisher: Institute for Rural Futures, University of New England
Place of Publication: Armidale, Australia
Field of Research (FOR): 070401 Aquaculture
050205 Environmental Management
150601 Impacts of Tourism
150603 Tourism Management
HERDC Category Description: R1 Contract Report
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