Abstract Source separation and reuse of human urine decreases the environmental pollution of recipient waters and reduce the need for anthropogenic mineral fertilisers. At the same time the reuse of urine introduce another pathogen transmission route that needs to be managed. The inactivation of enteric pathogens and model organisms (Salmonella Typhimurium, Enterococcus faecalis., bacteriophages S....
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Abstract Groundwater is a key resource in much of the world. Many major cities and small towns in the world depend on groundwater for water supplies, mainly because of its abundance, stable quality and also because it is inexpensive to exploit. In developing countries, use of shallow groundwater sources for drinking and other domestic purposes...
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