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Six artificial recharge pilot replicates to gain insight into water quality enhancement processes
The processes that control water quality improvement during artificial recharge (filtering, degradation, and adsorption) can be enhanced by adding a reactive barrier containing different types of sorption sites and promoting diverse redox states along the flow path, which increases the range of pollutants degraded. While this option looks attractive for renaturazing reclaimed water, three issues have to be analyzed prior to broad scale application: (1) a fair comparison between the system withdoi:10.1016/j.chemosphere.2019.124826 pmid:31561164 fatcat:gwfs6c4bbjhotf5wjjlaameefu