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    Developing countries have not carried out the adequate management of wastewater and are a long way off meeting the sustainability goal of universal access to safely managed sanitation services by 2030. This article discusses sustainability in wastewater management and conducts a narrative literature review to analyze four stages on the path toward sustainability: (1) the prevention of or reduction in pollution at the source; (2) wastewater collection and treatment; (3) using wastewater as an alternative source of water; and (4) the recovery of useful by-products. It also provides an overview of wastewater management in Brazil and shows the advantages of using wastewater to produce biofuel in a country in which 48.3% of energy production comes from renewable sources.


    Débora Cynamon Kligerman, Aline Stelling Zanatta, Graziella de Araújo Toledo, Joseli Maria da Rocha Nogueira. Path toward Sustainability in Wastewater Management in Brazil. International journal of environmental research and public health. 2023 Aug 18;20(16)

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    PMID: 37623180

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