Health Effects Associated with Wastewater Treatment, Reuse, and Disposal

Authors: Ikehata, Keisuke; Murphy, Robert R.; Liu, Yang; Sun, Ruo Nan; Nessl, Michael B.

Source: Water Environment Research, 2010 Literature Review , pp. 2047-2066(20)

Publisher: Water Environment Federation

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Abstract:

A review of the literature published in 2009 on topics relating to the health effects associated with wastewater treatment, reuse, and disposal is presented. The following topics are covered: wastewater management, microbial and chemical contaminants, ecotoxicity and ecotoxicology, contamination of recreational water, water reclamation and reuse, risk assessment and management, industrial wastewater, wastewater treatment plants, and other miscellaneous issues.
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