Soil-based Wastewater Treatment - Published by the Soil Science Society of America
Soil-based Wastewater Treatment addresses the needs of practitioners, engineers, scientists, regulators, resource managers, planners, and others with a need to know about septic systems. It arose after discussions about the need for a text that integrated current understanding of the hydrologic, physical, chemical, and biological processes involved in the treatment of wastewater using soil. In the authors' experience, people have a fragmented understanding of what these systems are, how they function, how wastewater moves through soil, how and which pollutants are removed, and how these systems impact the environment and public health. The relevant information is scattered across disciplines, information sources and audiences. This book is an attempt to collect and integrate this information in one place, and provide a scientific framework for understanding soil-based.
For information about this publication, please select this link: Soil-based Wastewater Treatment. IOWWA members receive a 20% discount. You will be required to create an account and at check-out, enter the code SBWT to receive the 20% discount. Published by the Soil Science Society of America.