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Minia University (2021)

Improvement Of Partially Treated Wastewater Quality By Soil Aquifer Treatment

Amin, Haitham Mohamed.

Titre : Improvement Of Partially Treated Wastewater Quality By Soil Aquifer Treatment

Auteur : Amin, Haitham Mohamed.

Etablissement de soutenance : Minia University

Grade : Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in civil Engineering 2021

Résumé partiel
In recent years, Egypt has suffered from severe water scarcity. It is considered that the unequal distribution, misuse of water resources, and inefficient irrigation techniques are some of the main factors that play a destructive role in water security. There is tendency in Egypt to solve the problem by providing other sources such as desalination and wastewater treatment to meet the requirements. Groundwater is the second water source in Egypt after the Nile River, it is considered the primary source of water in many areas, especially in desert regions such as the Western Desert and Sinai. Soil aquifer treatment system (SAT) is a natural advanced treatment technology of partially treated wastewater with no chemical addition and little energy. The artificial aquifer recharge by partially treated wastewater presents an attractive tool that can be applied in Egypt to be safely reused in unrestricted irrigation. SAT system is accepted as the most favorable solution for wastewater treatment in developing countries as well as developed countries. It is cheap, easy construction, maintenance, and exceptional performance in removal of chemical as well bacteriological parameters. It is also very sustainable for environment.

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