Artificial recharge through treated waste water

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Anita Dubey


Artificial recharge is a process where water is introduced into the subsurface and is directly linked to the amount of water that enters an aquifer through human controlled means. Water that has been negatively affected in quality by human is termed as wastewater and it must be treated before it is used for artificial recharge of the ground water. The growth rate of various development sectors of the country is dependent on the availability of water resources therefore conservation, reclamation and reuse of water are receiving great importance.

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Anita Dubey. (2021). Artificial recharge through treated waste water. Research Inspiration, 6(II), 38–42.


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