Cannery waste water for irrigation and ground water recharging
AuthorJ. L. Meyer
Hilgardia 28(8):12-12. DOI:10.3733/ca.v028n08p12. August 1974.
THE FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRY in California uses large quantities of water, most of which becomes waste. The water contains some nutrients, such as nitrogen and phosphorus and minor elements, plus an increased salt load of two to three times that of the original water.
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