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Investigation of remedy measures for improving bathing water quality in rural areas of Slovenia

Investigation of remedy measures for improving bathing water quality in rural areas of Slovenia

Wasserwirtschaft: 12, 36-40

In Slovenia, compared to urban areas, bathing water in rural areas is more affected by microbiological pollutants. There are two primary reasons for this: insufficient infrastructure and agricultural production. Rural areas typically exhibit insufficient coverage by sewage networks and water treatment plants. In addition, the existing rural water treatment plants do not possess sufficient microbiological treatment capabilities.

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