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Empirical Data for Monitoring and Control

  • Inka Dor
  • Michal Raber
Part of the Environmental Series book series (ESE)

Abstract

During the past few decades, deep wastewater reservoirs have become increasingly popular in Israel. They provide a means for sewage disposal and advanced treatment while supplying nutrient rich water for irrigation of industrial crops. The raw effluents undergo primary and secondary treatment, after which they are collected starting from September until June and reused for irrigation of industrial crops during the later summer months

Keywords

Dissolve Oxygen Total Suspended Solid Organic Load Black Ring Oxidation Pond 
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  • Inka Dor
  • Michal Raber

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