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The Flushing Meadows Project--wastewater renovation by high rate infiltration for groundwater recharge


The Flushing Meadows Project--wastewater renovation by high rate infiltration for groundwater recharge



Municipal wastewater in agriculture: 195-215



An experimental infiltration recharge project near Phoenix, Arizona has demonstrated that rapid-infiltration systems can be managed to maximize hydraulic capacity or to minimize the nitrogen content of the renovated water. Nitrogen removal of 65 percent has been obtained at hydraulic loading rates of about 76 m/yr. The renovated water met health and agronomic requirements for unrestricted irrigation, and was also suitable for lakes with primary contact recreation.

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