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Psychological and Situational Variables Associated with Objective Knowledge on Water-Related Issues in a Northern Spanish City
This study brings together the level of objective knowledge on water-related issues and other variables of psychological and situational nature. A random sample of 459 participants was employed, selected proportionally ...
“Who Cares?”: The Acceptance of Decentralized Wastewater Systems in Regions without Water Problems
There is a growing interest in decentralized wastewater treatment systems, especially in regions with water scarcity problems or water management issues. This study aims to determine whether the perceived advantages and ...
From scarcity problem diagnosis to recycled water acceptance: A perceptive-axiological model (PAM) of low and high contact uses
Water scarcity is a major problem that affects a greater number of countries every year. A possible solution is using recycled water systems. However, to implement the use of recycled water, public acceptance is needed. ...
Recycled water acceptance: Data from two Spanish regions with opposite levels of scarcity
The dataset presented in this paper were collected for testing a perceptive-axiological model of recycled water acceptance for low and high contact uses. Participants were selected by proportional random sampling by sex ...