Chapter 21

Water Cycling and Plant Management

Narcin Palavan-Unsal, Valentin Kefeli and Winfried Blum

Abstract

Plants are considered as biological filter for waste water cleaning and reuse it. The population of papyrus plants is applied for gray water transformation. Black water and humanure compost could be used for perennial plants, trees and shrub propagation. These cycles could be applied for closed eco-systems creations.

Total Pages: 81-83 (3)

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