CONAMA

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CONAMAComision Nacional del Medio Ambiente (Chilean National Commission for the Environment)
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([micro]S.[cm.sup.-1]) 147 [+ or -] 3.1 TSS ([micro]g.[L.sup.-1]) 1.185 [+ or -] 84 Cd ([micro]g.[L.sup.-1]) <DL Cu ([micro]g.[L.sup.-1]) 3.90 [+ or -] 0.80 Fe ([micro]g.[L.sup.-1]) 5.91 [+ or -] 1.56 Mn ([micro]g.[L.sup.-1]) 265.3 [+ or -] 0.30 Pb ([micro]g.[L.sup.-1]) <DL Parameter DRWAA * CONAMA Total Metal pH -- 6.0-9.0 Cond.
Todavia, todos os sistemas se apresentaram adequados perante a Resolucao Conama no 316 (CONSELHO NACIONAL DO MEIO AMBIENTE, 2002).
Com base nesse banco de dados do IBAMA, o Grupo de Trabalho designado pelo Conama para acompanhamento do assunto, apresentou no ano de 2010 o documento denominado "Relatorio Final", que apontou para o atendimento aos limites estipulados, pelo setor produtivo, e calculou uma reducao do aporte de fosforo ao meio ambiente da ordem de 21,5% no periodo compreendido entre 2005 e 2008, alterando o aporte desse nutriente nas aguas de 40,5 para 31,8 ton/dia (15).
(11-13) Although the CONAMA Resolution defines that environmental impact is any change in the environment that directly or indirectly affects the health, safety and well-being of the population, large capital projects have often been developed without specific consideration of health and well-being impacts in affected communities.
In this study, TtC densities less than or equal to 1,000 MPN x 100[mL.sup.-1] (limit for primary contact according to CONAMA 274/2000) are considered as "proper for bathing".
Likewise, the total contents of Cu and Zn found in the biosolid used in the present study varied, respectively, from 158.15 to 172.16 mg [kg.sup.-1] and from 407.24 to 587.50 mg [kg.sup.-1], respecting the critical limits established by the CONAMA Resolution 375 (Brasil, 2006), which are 1,500 mg [kg.sup.-1] for Cu and 2,800 mg [kg.sup.-1] for Zn.