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Soils only have a finite capacity for the removal of wastewater pollutants and with time this capacity could in fact decline. Not all soil types have the capacity to provide adequate treatment and dispersal of sewage effluent. For continued long term application to be successful, it is essential that infiltration and drainage characteristics of soils do not decline. Also it is critical how long term application of nutrients and cations affects the soils and whether any leaching occurs. Thedoi:10.1071/sr06030 fatcat:lt44zfjg6bctpf2aojw4y4nowm