WP1: Environmental fate processes of selected pesticides and pharmaceuticals in soil. The major objective of WP1 is to investigate pesticides and pharmaceuticals attenuation processes including fate analysis in soil and soil/filter systems.

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Figure 1. Experimental set-up for mini-wetlands (NIBIO)

 


WP2: Uptake, distribution and fate of pharmaceutical in plants. Batch reactors-worst-case scenario Evaluation of uptake, translocation and metabolism capacities in plant to better estimate pharmaceutical plant fate.

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Figure 2. Experimental greenhouse for growing lettuce and radish (CSIC)

 


WP3: Risk assessment in field studies/real conditions. The different results obtained under laboratory controlled experiments will be validated under outdoor real field conditions for a proper environmental risk assessment in agricultural fields due to irrigation practices involving reused wastewater or pesticides spraying.

 

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Figure 3. Disposition of the seven tanks in the greenhouse with indicated treatments.


WP4: Effects in soil and plants. Main objectives of this WP are to assess the impact of pesticide and pharmaceuticals residues coming from wastewater irrigation on soil and plant.

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Figure 4. Germinated seeds after 4 weeks and experimental set up containing the 30 soil pots with lettuces at the greenhouse after 4 weeks (INRA).

 


WP5: Management, integration of the results and dissemination. Ensuring a smooth running of the project and timely completion of the tasks, integration of the results and their dissemination.