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Unplanned water reuse has been practiced in numerous parts of Europe for many decades as a consequence of the need to use surface water that often contains a high proportion of treated wastewater. Recent years have seen multiple stresses on the supply demand balance driving a rapid increase in the number of planned reuse schemes for a variety of applications. The legislative and regulatory regime required to underpin this growing sector has arguably failed to emerge. In this paper we exploredoi:10.1080/07900627.2016.1138399 fatcat:2d7rxorhfvhc7lpt6p2nuia4na