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Chemical aspects of a wastewater irrigation project

, : Chemical aspects of a wastewater irrigation project. Proceedings of the 184th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society Division of Fertilizer and Soil Chemistry held Kansas City, Missouri, September 12-17, 1982: 20

The combined wastewaters of a phosphate/nitrogen fertilizer complex and a municipality were used to irrigate and fertilize commercial crops. Chemical factors in the project included nutrient balances, sodium loadings, sodium absorption ratios and effects of wastewater composition on materials of construction. EPA guidelines for long-term applications of impurities to croplands were used to determine allowable rates of wastewater application.

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