AquaNES: Microbiological monitoring of reused waste water for irrigation of a golf course in Agon-Countainville, France - Case Study

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The Site 9 of the AquaNES project in Agon-Countainville (France) uses secondary effluent after reed bed and sand dune filtration for golf course irrigation in a coastal area. The underlying aquifer is prone to salinization. The study of Agon-Countainville site will demonstrate how innovative water quality monitoring and modelling linked to data management and communication, facilitates an optimised management of AquaNES sites and their future implementation.

AquaNES: Microbiological monitoring of reused waste water for irrigation of a golf course in Agon-Countainville, France - Case Study

Based on this online monitoring and punctual sampling campaign , a model will be designed in order to predict the geochemical processes that may lead to long term decrease of system performances and test system optimisation options.

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Microbiological monitoring of reused waste water for irrigation of a golf course in Agon-Countainville, France

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