With the format of a technological notebook, it consists of 197 pages and five chapters on the effects of irrigation with reclaimed water on crops, soils, aquifers, storage ponds and environmental impacts. Finally, conclusions and recommendations of an eminently practical nature are presented.
This new publication on SAT-MAR constitutes an important contribution for the working groups related to water reuse, circular economy and combating the adverse effects of climate change. It can also provide recommendations for the future regulations and even improvements to legislation related to the reuse of reclaimed water, post-treatment techniques and management of non-conventional water resources, e.g. Managed Aquifer Recharge.
The EARSAC R+D+i project has been financed during five years by the Tragsa Group with the participation of important institutions such as CEBAS-CSIC, University of the Balearic Islands (UIB), Depts. of Ecology and Soil Science, Amphos 21, Balearic Islands Biotechnology Institute (IBIB), etc.
TRAGSA Group Madrid, Spain, 2019, November 21th
Access to digital book in Spanish language: http://www.dina-mar.es/pdf/libro-earsac.pdf