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The river Rhine is one of the major sources for the future drinking water supply in The Netherlands. As the Rhine river is heavily polluted storage of this water is inveitable to overcome periods with bad water quality as a result of low water flow and periods of dangerous water pollution by...
The Biesbosch reservoirs will be fed by the highly eutrophic water of the river Meuse. Periods of massive algal growth have to be expected, if no remedial measures are taken.
In 1964 the Minister of Public Health ordered the Government Institute for Water Supply to draw up a masterplan for the future drinking water supply in the Netherlands. Since then a network of professional contacts has been established in order to arrive at a comprehensive plan supported on a...
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