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Fig. 1. Chronological development of factors partly responsible for the changing status of land treatment of wastewaters. Source: Jewell and Seabrook (1979).

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Fig. 2. The risk management cycle. Source: Soby et al. (1993) as revised by World Health Organization (2003b).

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Fig. 3. The Environmental Management Systems (EMS) framework. Source: PEER Center (2004), USEPA (2004b).

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