2008

Efficient Management of Wastewater

Its Treatment and Reuse in Water-Scarce Countries

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ISBN: 978-3-540-74491-7 (Print) 978-3-540-74492-4 (Online)

Table of contents (24 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xix

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    Pages 1-17

    The 2006 WHO Guidelines for Wastewater and Greywater Use in Agriculture: A Practical Interpretation

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    Pages 19-28

    EMWater Guide and Recommendations on Wastewater Treatment and Water Reuse

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    Pages 29-40

    Integrated Wastewater Management: A Review

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    Pages 41-51

    Egyptian Effluent Standards for Treated Sewage: Evaluation and Recommendations

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    Pages 53-63

    Groundwater Contamination as Affected by Long-Term Sewage Irrigation in Egypt

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    Pages 65-79

    Effluent and Sludge Management in Yemen

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    Pages 81-89

    Fate of Pathogens In Tomato Plants and Soil Irrigated With Secondary Treated Wastewater

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    Pages 91-102

    Alleviation of Salinity Stress Imposed on Broad Bean ( Vicia faba ) Plants Irrigated With Reclaimed Wastewater Mixed With Brackish Water Through Exogenous Application of Jasmonic Acid

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    Pages 103-111

    Response of Durum Wheat ( Triticum durum Desf) Cultivar Acsad 1107 to Sewage Sludge Amendment Under a Semi-Arid Climate

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    Pages 113-123

    Waste Stabilization Ponds: A Highly Appropriate Wastewater Treatment Technology for Mediterranean Countries

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    Pages 125-138

    Sustainable Sanitation by Constructed Wetlands in the Mediterranean Countries: Experiences in Small/Medium-Size Communities and Tourism Facilities

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    Pages 139-147

    Effect of Depth on the Performance of Algae-Based Wastewater Treatment Ponds

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    Pages 149-161

    Adapting High-rate Anaerobic Treatment to Middle East Conditions

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    Pages 163-175

    Options for Improving the Effectiveness and Potentials for a Sustainable Resource Recovery in Constructed Wetlands

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    Pages 177-186

    Integrated Anaerobic–Aerobic Treatment of Concentrated Sewage

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    Pages 187-203

    Aerobic and Anaerobic Biotreatment of Olive Oil Mill Wastewater in Lebanon

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    Pages 205-213

    Cost-Efficiency in Water Management Through Demand Side Management and Integrated Planning

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    Pages 215-225

    The LooLoop-Process: The First “Waterless” Flushing Toilet

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    Pages 227-235

    Contribution of Sewage Sludge to the Fertility of the Soil and the Growth of Barley (Hordium Vulgare L) Variety Jaidor

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    Pages 237-248

    The Use of a Pilot-Scale Membrane Bioreactor in Treating Domestic Wastewater with Variable Characteristics for Potential Water Reuse on a University Campus

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