Stirred ponds may boost treated water supply for rural communities

August 2011
Ecos;Aug2011, Issue 162, p1
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The article focuses on the study conducted by the School of the Environment of Flinders University of South Australia which found that a shallow, high-rate pond system to treat wastewater will reduce the water loss to evaporation and increase the rates of removal of viral and bacterial pathogens.


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