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Beneficial and Negative Impacts on Soil by the Reuse of Treated/Untreated Municipal Wastewater for Agricultural Irrigation – A Review of the Current Knowledge and Future Perspectives

By Juan C. Durán–Álvarez and Blanca Jiménez–Cisneros

Submitted: September 20th 2013Reviewed: October 22nd 2013Published: March 26th 2014

DOI: 10.5772/57226

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Juan C. Durán–Álvarez and Blanca Jiménez–Cisneros (March 26th 2014). Beneficial and Negative Impacts on Soil by the Reuse of Treated/Untreated Municipal Wastewater for Agricultural Irrigation – A Review of the Current Knowledge and Future Perspectives, Environmental Risk Assessment of Soil Contamination, Maria C. Hernandez-Soriano, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/57226. Available from:

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