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Guidelines for Preparation of Engineering Reports for Industrial Wastewater Land Application Systems

 
Publication number Date Published
93-36May 1993
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Author(s) Water Quality Program
Description In principle, the land application of wastewater uses the physical, chemical and microbial properties of the soil and vegetation to remove contaminants from the applied wastewater. The upper soil-plant zone s used to stabilize, transform, or immobilize wastewater constituents and support crop growth, leading to an environmentally acceptable assimilation of the waste. When proper design principles are used, land application is a desirable method of wastewater treatment.
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Keywords soil, order, water, waste, lead