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Experiences Outside Israel

  • Marcelo Juanicó
  • Eran Friedler
Part of the Environmental Series book series (ESE)

Abstract

Israel is today the leading country in the research and use of wastewater reservoirs, but wastewater reservoirs were neither invented in Israel nor is Israel the only country to use them. Other countries already used wastewater reservoirs much before their massive introduction in Israel in the seventies, and many countries continue or are starting to use them nowadays.

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Hydraulic Retention Time Faecal Coliform Aerate Lagoon Batch Operation Effluent Quality 
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  • Marcelo Juanicó
  • Eran Friedler

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