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Water and Wastewater -- Recycling

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View Resource Biosolids Lifecycle

An interactive site showing how biosolids play a part in crop growth, crop consumption; the impact on consumers, wastewater treatment, and land application. Descriptions are brief with many links for...

http://www.biosolids.state.va.us/
View Resource EPA: Biosolids

EPA Biosolid site with definition, description, and guide for storage.

http://www.epa.gov/owm/mtb/biosolids/
View Resource Potential Impacts of Using Greywater for Domestic Irrigation

A scientific report on the study on the potential impacts of bathroom products on soil chemistry and structure.

http://www.ata.org.au/wp-content/projects/soaps_and_shampoo_...
View Resource Reuse Of Reclaimed Wastewater Through Irrigation For Ohio Communities, Bulletin 860

This Ohio State University Extension bulletin is for engineers and system designers that work with communities as consultants and regulators in dealing with reclaimed wastewater. Details on the...

http://ohioline.osu.edu/b860/index.html
View Resource Technical Manual, Water Use: Wastewater Re-Use

Information on wastewater re-use for both urban and rural households. On-site wastewater re-use provides numerous opportunities to reduce water use within the home. At present, potable (drinkable)...

http://www.yourhome.gov.au/technical/fs74.html
View Resource Wastewater Management: Biosolids

Contains questions and facts about biosolids, regulations, forms and permits for Pennsylvannia, and a powerpoint presentation on biosolids with presenters notes.

http://www.depweb.state.pa.us/biosolids/site/default.asp?wat...

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