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Investigation of the positive and negative consequences associated with the introduction of zero-phosphate detergents into South Africa
Expanded Title:In response to the growing awareness of the role played by phosphate contained in powdered laundry detergents in the eutrophication of water resources, and the apparent failure of the legislated 1 mg/ℓ effluent phosphate concentration standard to control this problem, the WRC identified the need to investigate the positive and negative consequences associated with the introduction of zero-phosphate (zero-PO4) powdered laundry detergents into the South African market. The WRC solicited proposals to conduct such an investigation and subsequently contracted the Institute of Natural Resources (INR).
Date Published:19/07/2010
Document Type:Research Report
Document Subjects:Water Resource Management/IWRM - Planning and development, Water Resource Management/IWRM - Dams (Impoundment), Drinking water - Water treatment, Drinking water - Water supply
Document Keywords:Environment, Health, Pollution control, Surface Water, Water Quality
Document Format:Report
Document File Type:pdf
Research Report Type:Technical
WRC Report No:TT 446/10
ISBN No:978-1-77005-946-7
Authors:Quayle LM; Dickens CWS; Graham M; Simpson D; Goliger A; Dickens JK ; Freese S; Blignaut J
Project Leader:Quayle LM
Project No:K5/1768
Organizations:Institute of Natural Resources
Document Size:9 350 KB
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