Considerations for implementing source separation and treatment of urine, graywater, and blackwater
Source separation integrated with decentralized wastewater treatment offers the possibility of recovering nutrients, reducing release of micropollutants to the environment, and increasing water recycling more efficiently than centralized wastewater treatment. Nutrient effluent discharge limits and guidelines for wastewater treatment plants are becoming stricter, and nutrient removal or recovery is very costly for the large volumes present. This is driving innovation in wastewater treatment. Three waste streams are identified for potential source separation and treatment: urine, graywater ...
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