The accumulation, distribution and viability of human parasitic nematode eggs in the sludge of a primary facultative waste stabilization pond.
Investigations into the enumeration, distribution and viability of nematode eggs in the sludge from a primary facultative waste stabilization pond showed that pond sludges are not nematologically safe for immediate land application.
Up to 12% of Ascaris lumbricoides eggs were viable after the pond had been in operation for 2.5 years.
Eggs were recovered from the sludge along the full length of the pond, although there were significant decreases in egg concentration and viability with increasing distance from the inlet.
Mots-clés Pascal : Exploration parasitologique, Nematoda, Nemathelminthia, Helmintha, Invertebrata, Exploration microbiologique, Oeuf, Terre, Réservoir eau, Hygiène, Brésil, Amérique du Sud, Amérique
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Parasitological investigation, Nematoda, Nemathelminthia, Helmintha, Invertebrata, Microbiological investigation, Egg, Earth, Water tank, Hygiene, Brazil, South America, America
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Cote : 93-0567628
Code Inist : 002B30A02A. Création : 199406.