Wastewater compounds in urban shallow groundwater wells correspond to exfiltration probabilities of nearby sewers.

@article{Lee2015WastewaterCI,
  title={Wastewater compounds in urban shallow groundwater wells correspond to exfiltration probabilities of nearby sewers.},
  author={Do Gyun Lee and Patrick R. Roehrdanz and Marina Feraud and Jared S. Ervin and Tarun Anumol and A B Renyong Jia and Minkyu Park and Carlos Adri{\'a}n Gonz{\'a}lez T{\'a}mez and Erving W. Morelius and Jorge L Gardea-Torresdey and John A. Izbicki and Jay C. Means and Shane A. Snyder and Patricia A. Holden},
  journal={Water research},
  year={2015},
  volume={85},
  pages={
          467-75
        }
}
Wastewater compounds are frequently detected in urban shallow groundwater. Sources include sewage or reclaimed wastewater, but origins are often unknown. In a prior study, wastewater compounds were quantified in waters sampled from shallow groundwater wells in a small coastal California city. Here, we resampled those wells and expanded sample analyses to include sewage- or reclaimed water-specific indicators, i.e. pharmaceutical and personal care product chemicals or disinfection byproducts… CONTINUE READING
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