Browsing by Subject "Recycled water"

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  • Savchenko, Olesya M.; Li, Tongzhe; Kecinski, Maik; Messer, Kent D. (Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, University of Delaware, Newark, DE., 2018-09)
    This paper presents results of a field experiment designed to evaluate whether food processing alleviates consumers’ concerns about crops grown with recycled water. Recycled water has emerged as a safe and cost-effective ...
  • Ellis, S.F.; Kecinski, M.; Messer, K.D.; Lipchin, C. (Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, University of Delaware, Newark, DE., 2018-08)
    In the first half of 2018, approximately 31% of the continental United States was experiencing some level of drought, conditions that are predicted to spread as climate change hastens shifts in the global water cycle. ...
  • Xu, Huidong (University of Delaware, 2017)
    Using recycled water for irrigation is a solution to water shortages in agriculture. And understanding public acceptance of produce irrigated with recycled water is essential to the successful application of using recycled ...
  • Ellis, Sean F.; Savchenko, Olesya; Messer, Kent D. (Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, University of Delaware, Newark, DE., 2019-12)
    Stigmatization of water and food products can constrain markets and prevent the implementation of scientifically safe solutions to environmental problems, such as water scarcity. Recycled water can be a cost-effective, ...
  • Ellis, Sean F.; Kecinski, Maik; Messer, Kent D.; Lusk, Jayson L. (Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, University of Delaware, Newark, DE., 2019-12)
    Dealing with large-scale societal problems such as water scarcity often requires changes in behavior that consumers resist. Some sustainable, cost-effective, and safe solutions are even rejected because of a psychological ...
  • Ellis, Sean F.; Savchenko, Olesya M.; Messer, Kent D. (Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, University of Delaware, Newark, DE., 2018-09)
    Reclaimed water is often presented as a cost-effective, reliable, and safe solution to increasingly common water shortages in the United States and across the globe, but studies have shown that consumers tend to object to ...

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