Wastewater disposal option in Mundaring : A practical case study.
International Water Specialists Conference. Perth AUS, 1994/12/01.
Urban development in the Hills areas of Perth is difficult to provide with local or regional wastewater systems due to the remoteness and isolation as well as the sensitive environment.
Development to date has therefore mainly been on the basis of large-sized lots with individual on-site systems.
This in turn puts limitations on further development or re-development of these areas.
In some locations such as Kalamunda, a connection to one of the Authority's major schemes has recently been possible.
In other areas such as Mundaring, a local scheme would be required.
This paper describes the development of such a scheme to the concept stage for the development of the Mundaring town centre.
Mots-clés Pascal : Epuration eau usée, Station épuration, Etude socioéconomique, Evacuation eau usée, Etude cas, Australie, Océanie
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Waste water purification, Sewage treatment plant, Socioeconomic study, Waste water disposal, Case study, Australia, Oceania
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Code Inist : 001D16A06. Création : 10/04/1997.