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Optimal Utilization Of Reclaimed Wastewater For Irrigation Purposes: Case Of As-Samra Wastewater Treatment Plant

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  • BASSAM MRAYYAN

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    (Director of Environmental Studies Center, Institute of Land, Water and Environment, The Hashemite University, P. O. Box 150459, Zarqa, Jordan)

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    Due to the rapid population growth and industrial development in Jordan, the demand on water resources for different purposes, mainly agriculture has been elevated. The shortage of fresh water resources and the high demand make the reclaimed wastewater a key factor in the water budget. This paper examines both positive and negative impacts of wastewater reuse for agriculture. Currently, Jordan has more than 27 wastewater treatment plants all over the country; the largest is As-Samra treatment plant. The objective of this article is to set a framework for optimal utilization of the said reclaimed water taking into consideration the technical, financial, economical and social aspects at the end user demand centers and the new upgrading project at the study area, in addition to promoting the anticipated findings for other similar regional cases in terms of knowledge disseminations and setting a pilot cases for neighboring countries.

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    Article provided by World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd. in its journal Journal of Environmental Assessment Policy and Management.

    Volume (Year): 07 (2005)
    Issue (Month): 04 ()
    Pages: 735-750

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    Handle: RePEc:wsi:jeapmx:v:07:y:2005:i:04:p:735-750

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    Keywords: Jordan; wastewater reuse; As-Samra; irrigations; constraints; recommendations;

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