Guidelines for Preparation of Engineering Reports for Industrial Wastewater Land Application Systems
Guidelines for Preparation of Engineering Reports for Industrial Wastewater Land Application Systems (Number of pages: 22) (Publication Size: 47KB)
|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|
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