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Record number 2027672
Title Ondergrondse berging van gietwater
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Marcel Paalman ... [et al.]
Author(s) Paalman, M.
Publisher Nieuwegein : KWR Watercycle Research Institute
Publication year 2013
Description [1] p
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Keyword(s) (cab) greenhouse horticulture / fresh water / precipitation / water storage / aquifers / water supply / cooperation / westland / zuid-holland
Categories Groundwater Hydrology
Publication type Poster
Language Dutch; Flemish
About (Dutch) Om de bedrijfszekerheid te garanderen in de tuinbouwsector is de continue beschikbaarheid van voldoende en kwalitatief goed zoetwater een vereiste. In de huidige praktijk wordt als bron van water veelal hemelwater gebruikt. Het hemelwater is bij voorkeur geschikt om als gietwater te gebruiken, vanwege de lage concentratie aan zouten (nauwelijks natrium en lage EC). Door KWR en BE de Lier wordt het concept van ondergronds bergen van gietwater verder ontwikkeld. Hierbij wordt bezien hoe het hemelwater effectiever benut kan worden door het overschot in de ondergrond op te slaan en weer terug te winnen wanneer nodig.
KfC/CcSP  
program Knowledge for Climate (KfC)
theme HS Hotspots
project (HSHL3.2) Optimized Aquifer Storage and Recovery of freshwater
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