Use of treated wastewater in the production of crops for biodiesel

Published On: February 28, 2013

The online portal ECO NOTICIAS publishes an article related to a recently published study on the use of treated wastewater treatment plants in the production of crops for biodiesel. This study was conducted by researchers at the University of Alcalá, University Rey Juan Carlos, University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and the Foundation Center of New Water Technologies (CENTA).

The online portal ECO NOTICIAS publishes an article related to a recently published study on the use of treated wastewater in the production of crops for biodiesel. This study was conducted by researchers at the University of Alcalá, University Rey Juan Carlos, University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and the Foundation Center of New Water Technologies (CENTA).

The project, entitled 'Reuse of Treated Water for Environmental Applications: groundwater recharge using permeable reactive barriers and for energy forestry purposes', seeks to apply the treated water to determinated crops so that it becomes an feasible option within the field of renewable energies. For small populations, this alternative can contribute to the amortization of the costs of waste water treatment and to an important saving in drinkable water.

 

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