Sustainable Urban Renewal and Wastewater Treatment no. 37, 2003
Short-rotation Willow Biomass Plantations Irrigated and Fertilised with Wastewaters
Results from a 4-year multidisciplinary field project in Sweden, France, Northern
Ireland and Greece
This report summarises results and experiences gathered from field trials with recycling
of pre-treated waste- water, diverted human urine mixed with water, and municipal sludge,
within plantations of willow species specially selected for biomass production.
Experimental sites were established in Sweden (Roma), France (Orchies), Northern Ireland
(Culmore) and Greece (Larissa). The project was carried out during a 4-year periode.
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