Various case studies and projects on domestic wastewater treatment and reuse in Morocco and Jordan

Various authors (2011)

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In this library entry you find documents about conventional wastewater und reuse systems, each connected with a case study or pilot project.
These documents, and more, have been compiled for a document list to support the development of a national rural sanitation strategy in Morocco. See the AGIRE website for more information and to download the document list:
http://www.agire-maroc.org/activites/assainissement-et-reutilisation-des-eaux-usees/groupes-travail-pnar-fevrier-2013-rabat.html

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"The Role Of The Institutional Setting For Decentralized Wastewater Treatment And Reuse – A Case Study Of Jordan" - Ines Dombrowsky, Waltina Scheumann, Nele Lienhoop, Tamer Al Assad, Sawsan Zaater, Ra´ed Daoud (2010)

Summary:
This report has been prepared in the context of the research project “Integrated Water Resources Management in the Lower Jordan Rift Valley - Sustainable Management of Available Water Resources with Innovative Technologies” (SMART) funded by the German Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). Within this multi-country, multi-disciplinary project, one component deals with research on opportunities for the mobilization of additional water through decentralized wastewater treatment and reuse (WWT&R). This topic is being addressed in a multi-disciplinary way, taking technological, economic, social and institutional
aspects into account.

Integrated Water Resources Management in the Lower Jordan Rift Valley
Sustainable Management of Available Water Resources with Innovative Technologies

Working package 7:
Socio-economic aspects

University of Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, Germany, available at: http://www.iwrm-smart.org

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"Hybrid Constructed Wetland For Small Community Wastewater Treatment And Reuse" - B. El Hamouri, C. Kinsley, A. Crolla (2011)

Summary:
A pilot hybrid constructed wetland system was established in 2007 at the Institut Agronomique et Vétérinaire Hassan II in Rabat, Morocco, in order to evaluate and optimize system design for small community wastewater treatment and reuse in Morocco. The technology treats a portion of the campus wastewater (12 m3/d) and occupies 4.5 m2/capita. The hybrid constructed wetland technology is a promising wastewater treatment alternative for small communities in Morocco and for communities with comparable socio-economic and climatic conditions. The system has been shown to function well over four years of continuous operation. The passive wetland technology provides several advantages including: low capital and operating costs, low energy requirements and high levels of treatment. The system produces tertiary quality effluent suitable for direct discharge or for irrigation of forage crops, cereals and fruit trees while reducing pathogen risk and protecting groundwater from excess nitrogen leaching.

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"Case Study Wastewater Treatment And Reuse - El Attaouia, Morocco" - B. El Hamouri, C. Kinsley, A. Crolla (2011)

Summary:
Wastewater treatment in rural areas of Morocco is significantly lacking, with uncontrolled discharge the norm. Due to a lack of irrigation options, farmers often use untreated wastewater and subject themselves and consumers to significant health risks. In the case of Morocco, approximately 70 million m3 of untreated wastewater are used each year without any sanitary precautions to irrigate an area of more than 7000 hectares. Wastewater treatment technologies with low energy demand and low maintenance requirements are necessary for the sustainable
wastewater management in poor to middle income countries. Treated effluent is an important potential source of irrigation water for arid and semi-arid regions. The system in El Attaouia, Morocco, provides a good example of wastewater treatment and agricultural reuse in an arid climate which can be replicated in similar rural towns and villages.

Organisations involved:
Dept. d’Infrastructure, eau et énergie, Institut Agronomique et Vétérinaire Hassan II, Rabat, Morocco

Ontario Rural Wastewater Centre, Université de Guelph-Campus d’Alfred, Alfred, Ontario, Canada

Support for the development of this case study was provided by the Canadian International Development Agency —
University Partnerships in Cooperation and Development Program.
Copies may be found at: www.orwc.uoguelph.ca

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CENTRE DE FORMATION ET DE DÉMONSTRATION DEL’IAVHASSANII–RABAT TRAINING AND DEMONSTRATION CENTER IAV HASSAN II–RABAT
De Bouchaïb El Hamouri et Martin Regelsberger

Qu’est ce que le Training and demonstration Center IAV– Rabat?
Il s’agit d’une structure d’enseignement, de recherche, de
démonstration et de formation continue rattachée au Département
de Génie Rural (DGR) de l’Institut Agronomique et Vétérinaire
Hassan II à Rabat. Elle est dotée de moyens et d’une infrastructure pilote
orientée vers l’épuration des eaux usées et leur réutilisation
notamment en milieu rural (par exemple avec le RAFADE). La majeure partie des investissements consentis pour l’acquisition de nouveaux équipements et pour le fonctionnement des installations a été mobilisée dans le cadre du projet MEDA Eau financé par l’Union Européenne et dans le cadre
du projet partenariats Universitaires en Coopération et
développement (PUCD) financé par l’ACDI (Canada).

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Sustainable Water Management 2008, issue 2
Concepts towards zero outflow municipality

Table of content:

Zer0-M: Shifting Wastewater from a Disposal Problem to an Asset
By Martin Regelsberger

Greywater Reuse: A Step Towards Closing Domestic Water Loops
From the Zer0-M Training and Demonstration Centre in Rabat to El Attaouia Pilot
By Bouchaib El Hamouri and Martin Regelsberger

Greywater Treatment as an Option for Effective Wastewater Management
By René Scheumann, Fabio Masi, Bouchaib El Hamouri, Matthias Kraume

Integrated Approach to Water Saving — A Practical Example in a Student Residence in Tunisia
By Latifa Bousselmi, Mouna Lamine and
Ahmed Ghrabi

Multicriteria Analysis for Water and Wastewater Management in Small Rural Areas
By Giulio Conte, Makram Anane, Andrea Goltara, Ilaria Principi and Hamadi Kallali

Use of Membrane Bioreactor Technology within the Sustainable Water Management Concept
By Selda Murat Hocaoglu, Elif Atasoy and Ahmet Baban

An Overview for the Technical and Demonstration Centres of the Zer0-M Project
By Ahmet Baban, Latifa Bouselmi, Bouchaib El
Hamouri and Hussein Abdel Shafy

Outline of Constructed Wetlands in Zer0-M
By Fabio Masi, Bouchaib El Hamouri, Hussein Abdel Shafi, Ahmet Baban, Ghrabi Ahmed and Martin Regelsberger

Sustainable Water Management Technologies in Turkey - A Seminar in Gebze
By Gerd Wach, Erwin Nolde, and Elif Atasoy

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Gestion ingégrée des ressources hydrauliques et de promotion féminine, Douar de Toug El Khir assainissement, étude detaillée (2000)

Martin Regelsberger

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Valorisation agricole des boues résiduaires: Valeur fertilisante et
leur Impact sur les sols

JEMALI A., SOUDI B. & BERDAI H.

Edité : In Proceeding of 13th International Congress on Agricultural Engineering. Vol I: Land and Water Use. Rabat, Maroc, 1998

Résumé
Cette étude a consisté à examiner les possibilités de valorisation agricole des boues
résiduaires issues de la station d’épuration par lagunage des eaux usées domestiques de la
ville d’Ouarzazate. Elle a visé comme objectif spécifique l’évaluation de la valeur
fertilisante organique et azotée de ces boues résiduaires, et d’apprécier le rythme de
libération de l’azote minéral. La méthodologie adoptée consistait en deux niveaux de
perception : des incubations au laboratoire sous des conditions contrôlées (Test de Stanford
et Smith, 1972) et, des expérimentations sous serre sous une culture de Ray Grass d’Italie.
Deux types de sols et différentes doses de boues ont été testés. Les résultats obtenus ont
montré que ces boues résiduaires présentent un potentiel important en matière organique et
en éléments fertilisants facilement minéralisable, ainsi qu’une quantité d’azote
potentiellement minéralisable variant de 74 à 185 mg/Kg de sol et demeure croissant avec la
dose de boues apportées. Il a été montré également que l’effet type de sols et la dose des
boues résiduaires incorporées ont influencé la production de la matière sèche et l’azote
prélevé par le Ray Grass d’Italie. Les taux moyens de minéralisation de l’azote organique de
boues résiduaires estimés sont de 51% en conditions optimales du laboratoire (112 jours) et
49% sous serre (200 jours). Ces taux ont une grande utilité dans l’estimation des fournitures
d’azote minéral assimilable après incorporation d’une dose donnée des boues résiduaires.
Un enrichissement en matière organique non humifiée des sols a été observé pour les
différents traitements des boues résiduaires, de même une légère salinisation a été
enregistrée.

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Présentation: Réutilisation des eaux usées épurées dans les Grand Agadir, expérience de la RAMSA (Nov. 2013)

Par: El hachem IBARIOUEN, Chef de Division Qualité et Environnement, RAMSA, Agadir

RAMSA: Régie Autonome Multi Services d'Agadir.

Occasion: Atelier N°11 du Comité national de réutilisation et de valorisation des sous-produits de l'assainissement liquide (CN-REVAL)

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Présentation: Projet d’assainissement, d’épuration et de valorisation des sous produits de la station d’épuration du MZAR du Grand Agadir (16 mars 201)

Par: El hachem Ibariouen, Chef de Division Qualité et Environnement, RAMSA, Agadir

RAMSA: Régie Autonome Multi Services d'Agadir.

Occasion: Atelier sur l’Assainissement, l’épuration et la réutilisation des eaux usées - during a visit of GIZ-Agire staff

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ÉTUDE DE L’ÉLABORATION DES PLANS TYPES DES OUVRAGES D’ASSAINISSEMENT, MISSION II : RÉALISATION DES PLANS TYPES DES OUVRAGES ET LEURS FICHES TECHNIQUES (OCTOBRE 2007) - Prototype

Par: CID, Morocco

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Various authors (2011). Various case studies and projects on domestic wastewater treatment and reuse in Morocco and Jordan.

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1 - The Role of the Institutional Setting for Decentralized Wastewater Treatment and Reuse - A case study of Jordan

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2 - Case study wastewater treatment and reuse - El Attaouia, Morocco

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3 - Hybrid constructed wetland for small community wastewater treatment and reuse

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4 - Training centre in Rabat (in French), Zero-M Journal 2007

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5 - Sustainable Water Management journal (2008)

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6 - Gestion ingégrée des ressources hydrauliques et de promotion féminine, étude detaillée (2000)

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7 - Valorisation agricole des boues résiduaires: Valeur fertilisante et leur Impact sur les sols (1998)

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8 - Réutilisation des eaux usées épurées dans les Grand Agadir, expérience de la RAMSA (2013)

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9 - Projet d’assainissement, d’épuration et de valorisation des sous produits de la station d’épuration du MZAR du Grand Agadir (2011)

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ÉTUDE DE L’ÉLABORATION DES PLANS TYPES DES OUVRAGES D’ASSAINISSEMENT (2007)

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