Published in: 2005
Jenssen, P. D.
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Today it is possible to foresee completely decentralised wastewater treatment systems in urban areas where the blackwater fractions (urine and faecal matter) is reclaimed for fertiliser and potentially energy production. The water from kitchen sinks and showers (greywater) is treated locally in compact low maintenance systems that constitute attractive landscape elements. These systems can coexist with decentralised water supply.
Published in: In: Bohemen, H. von (ed.) Ecological engineering-Bridging between ecology and civil engineering, Æneas Technical Publishers, The Netherlands, pp 84-86.
Jenssen, P. D. (2005). Decentralised urban greywater treatment at Klosterenga Oslo.
English Europe, Caucasus & Central Asia Greywater or wastewater Urban (entire city) Urine
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