Hello ground water/ground-water/groundwater experts and others:
It looks like I'm about to have a crash course in constructed wetlands this
year. Could the following scenario (nitrate contamination of drinking water
wells, RFI quoted below) benefit from constructed/restored wetlands
treatment? And, could those of you who respond(ed) regarding the
nitrate-in-wells problem please send me a cc: as well?
Thanks in advance,
ewinter at taos.newmex.com
At 03:36 PM 6/4/97 +0200, Mohammad R. Alagha wrote:
>>Groundwater is the only source of drinking in the Gaza Strip. The
>population of the area is estimated to be 1,000,000 people in 1997. They
>live in an area of 360 square km.
>>Groundwater crisis in Gaza includes two major folds: shortage and
>>Nitrate is the major contaminant of water in Gaza Strip. Very few wells
>are reported to be nitrate free. More than 80% of the wells which are
>used for domestic purposes were reported to be of high pollution risk. In
>some areas e.g. Khanyounis city in the south of the strip, nitrate
>showed very high concentarion (600 ppm).
>>Advices and suggestions to solve the problem are very much welcomed:
>>>Thanks in advance:
>>Dr Mohammad Al-Agha
>Dept of Environment and Earth Sceince
>Gaza, PO Box 108
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