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There are numerous water provisions methods that can be used to supply water in the arid or semi-arid areas of Spain. Potable water is an example of a method which can be used in providing water in arid and semi-arid areas of Spain. It is a major source of water that is used in aquifer storage and recovery schemes. This water is highly treated and placed in a well, in arid or semi-arid areas in Spain. They are normally placed in restricted aquifers where they form bubbles of potable water that is later stored in the aquifer for use in different purposes and by different individuals found in the areas. Moreover, it has been proven that the method is cost effective because the purpose of the bubbles created is to displace native water (Daily et al. 2000).
Additionally, the method is environmentally friendly because it has no adverse effects to forms of life using it and the entire environment around. Schemes used in creating portable water are always constructed near water sources to help in subsidizing the costs which could have been used in its provision (Hutton & Haller, 2004). In many cases, portable water has been used in semi-arid areas to bridge the gap existing between the demands of water availability during such cases like emergencies. The cost of portable water is that it forces community to form social fund projects which takes a portion of their income in creating projects to aid them with the collection of the water. Despite the fact that social funds are always beneficial in ensuring against unforeseen risk, at the end the community bears the bitter truth that they have to collectively to fund the projects which are undertaken by these projects (Arrow, 2001).
The second method of water provision in arid or semi-arid regions in Spain is storm-water run-off. The main source of storm-water run-off is mainly generated from urban areas. However, the run-offs
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