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Investigation of Corfu-Greece reclaimed municipal wastewater suitability for irrigation

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Care in the reuse of processed liquid wastes from wastewater treatment plants (WWTP) plays a major part in the protection of ecosystems which are used as final receptors of urban wastewater, and provides an environmental answer to the creation of green areas around the WWTP. Research of all the necessary parameters for the safe use of processed wastewaters in soil irrigation gives answers to the question of which plant species need to be grown and the protection of the environment.

Keywords: municipal wastewater, reclamation, irrigation, plant species, processed liquid wastes, waste reuse, wastewater treatement, urban wastewater, Corfu, Greece

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