bring about economic benefits such as partial cost recovery or even entire cost recovery and the generation of profit. Such an incentive can be exploited for encouraging the proper implementation, operation
and sustaining of wastewater treatment systems in the developing world.
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The effect of a duckweed cover on sulphide volatilisation from waste stabilisation ponds
van der Steen, N.P.
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Lemna minor, a hyperaccumulator shows elevated levels of Cd accumulation and genomic template stability in binary application of Cd and Ni: a physiological and genetic approach
Ozyigit, Ibrahim Ilker
Yalcin, Ibrahim Ertugrul
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