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Harvesting Road Runoff to Recharge Groundwater

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Between Hawzen and Freweyni towns in Tigray, northern Ethiopia, one sees this example of how road runoff can be harvested to recharge groundwater.

More info: roadsforwater.org
Produced by: MetaMeta and Mekelle University
Year: 2016
Language: None
Region: Ethiopia, East Africa

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