Wastewater for Aquaculture: The Case of Mirzapur, Bangladesh

Event: Sub-Regional Conference on Wastewater Management: Promoting Innovations and Sustainable Investments

Wastewater for Aquaculture: The Case of Mirzapur, Bangladesh

29 January 2013
Author / Speaker: 
Masum Patwary, PRISM Bangladesh - Email the author | Other materials by the author

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A low-cost wastewater treatment that developing countries can consider is duckweed. It is energy-efficient, cost-effective, and applicable under a wide variety of rural and urban conditions. This presentation features the duckweed-based wastewater treatment system in Mirzapur, Bangladesh, as a case study.

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