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Pretreatment of water prior to managed aquifer recharge (MAR) is often necessary to reduce clogging rates, prevent adverse geochemical reactions, and meet health-based regulatory requirements. Where MAR is being used as a natural water treatment technology, pretreatment can be an important element of a multiple-barrier approach to protecting public health and the environment. With respect to the management of clogging, an important design and operation issue the balance between the degree or pretreatment (and associated costs) to minimize clogging versus the costs, operational impacts, and effectiveness of periodic rehabilitation actions. Passive solutions that require minimal human intervention are preferred for systems that have low economic value and in developing areas where financial and technical resources are limited.
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