Closing nutrient cycles in decentralised water treatment systems in the Mekong Delta
SANSED – Project Final Report


Published in: 2009

Publisher:
University of Bonn, Germany

Author:
Arnold, U., Gesens, F.



Content - Summary

The SANSED project was initiated in the frame of the German-Vietnamese collaboration in research and technology on water research and environment, agreed on by the responsible ministries of Germany and Vietnam. Within the project, a variety of treatment systems for both - drinking and waste water - were installed and operated at Campus II and Hoa An Biodiversity Research Center of Can Tho University. Besides operation, the substrates of the wastewater treatment units were tested on their suitability as organic fertilisers, supplemented by socio-economical and hygienic studies.


Additional information

ISBN 3-937941-14-2


Bibliographic information

Arnold, U., Gesens, F. (2009). Closing nutrient cycles in decentralised water treatment systems in the Mekong Delta - SANSED – Project Final Report. University of Bonn, Germany


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