Innovative Decentralized and low cost treatment systems for Optimal Urban wastewater Management

Innovative Decentralized and low cost treatment systems for Optimal Urban wastewater Management. Reuse of treated wastewater is increasingly seen as one of the solutions to tackle the water scarcity problem and to limit the pollution load to surface water. Yet, using reclaimed water for non-potable purposes and particularly to irrigate food crops presents an exposure pathway for antibiotics and antibiotic resistant bacteria and genes (ARB&G) to enter the human food chain. Wastewater reuse is currently of particular concern as potential source of selective pressure that elevates the levels of antibiotic resistance in native bacteria. More

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Author Serge Chiron
Last Updated October 9, 2020, 10:42 (UTC)
Created February 11, 2020, 10:16 (UTC)
Acronym IDOUM
Contact personsfor Dissemination activities - Open Data&Open Acces activities Peter Schröder
Funders ANR (France), WRC (South Africa), BMBF (Germany), FAPESP (Brazil)
Partners Institute of Chemistry, Department of Analytical Chemistry, UNESP; Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR);German Research Centerfor Environmental Health (HMGU)
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