IAWQ international symposium on wastewater reclamation and reuse. Iraklio GRC, 1995/10/17.
The water demand in the Middle East is growing very rapidly.
The portion of the quantity of the potable water is increasing on the account of the irrigation water and most of the countries will face water deficiency.
A reliable way to secure the required water for irrigation is by collecting and reclaiming each drop of water used in the cities to be reused.
To guarantee and safeguard hygienic standards and have no adverse effects on the environment must be given the highest priority.
The paper discusses in detail the pollutants, their effect, and their way of influence.
The on-site reuse and its advantages and the aspects that must be evaluated to decide the suitability of treated water were presented besides appropriate treatment for wastewater reuse and its guidelines.
The Jordanian experience in the field of wastewater reuse in agriculture is discussed, and the socioeconomic benefits to community are illustrated.
Mots-clés Pascal : Eau usée, Réutilisation, Qualité eau, Moyen Orient, Asie, Jordanie, Epuration eau usée, Impact socioéconomique
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Waste water, Reuse, Water quality, Middle east, Asia, Jordan, Waste water purification, Socioeconomical impact
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