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Wastewater, a global problem with differing regional issues

Year: 2010 Author: UNEP/GRID-Arendal
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The significance of wastewater and contents of wastewater vary greatly between and even within regions. In Africa for example, it is the impact on people’s health that is the major factor, in Europe, the input of nutrients into the coastal waters reducing productivity and creating anoxic dead zones.
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