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How much land?

Thursday 22 August 2019 | Written by Rashneel Kumar | Published in Environment

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How much land?
A vetiver septic wastewater treatment field, growing in Boonah, Queensland. 19082127

The government is investigating an innovative new crop to absorb the Muri tourist resort’s sewage without requiring a 300-metre ocean outfall.

The government is investigating an innovative new crop to absorb the Muri tourist resort’s sewage without requiring a 300-metre ocean outfall.


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