Resource recovery technologies as microbial risk barriers: towards safe use of excreta in agriculture based on hazard analysis and critical control point

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The following paper was accepted by Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology.

Resource recovery technologies as microbial risk barriers: towards safe use of excreta in agriculture based on hazard analysis and critical control point
Wakana Oishi, Björn Vinnerås, Daisuke Sano
Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology, 2023
DOI: 10.1039/D2EW00832G

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