Scientists Use Recycled Sewage Water To Grow 500-Acre Forest In The Middle Of Egyptian Desert • Discoverology

Scientists Use Recycled Sewage Water To Grow 500-Acre Forest In The Middle Of Egyptian Desert

Serapium Forest is the most prosperous of Egypt’s 36 tracts of land that make up an ambitious program to combat desertification by creating sustainably managed commercial forests fed entirely by wastewater.

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