Device for Wastewater Treatment in Constructed Wetlands Dauzuc

Device for Wastewater Treatment in Constructed Wetlands Dauzuc

Many studies around the world have been devoted to climate change and the impact of climate change on water resources. It is necessary to assess the specific effects and the need for adaptation and mitigation of the effects for the water systems and their impact on the economy and the life of the people.

There is, therefore, an urgent need to establish an overall picture focused on water supply and wastewater treatment in urban and rural areas.

The range of challenges related to climate change is very high, depending on geography, economy, administrative capacity, and demography. Water extraction and wastewater treatment fall into two major types of systems: the formal one formally established by the governing or local and informal governance structures.

In most of the rural or suburban or urban areas associated with urban sprawl, water extraction, and evacuation fall into the informal system. Formal and informal systems have different capacities to respond to the problems that climate change will bring. Both systems provide water delivery to the population and waste water evacuation. Formal systems with many financial and technical moods can generally respond more easily to climate change than informal.

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