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*organic pollution (carbonaceous, nitrogenous, phosphorus) mainly results from substances of biological origin (excrement, urine, manure, slurry, etc.). These particles are oxidizable, that is to say that in the presence of oxygen bacteria are able to degrade them and transform them into minerals.
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*Organic pollution (carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus) mainly comes from substances of biological origin (excrement, urine, manure, slurry...). These particles are oxidizable, that is to say, that in the presence of oxygen, bacteria are able to degrade them and transform them into minerals.

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*la pollution organique (carbonée, azotée, phosphorée) est principalement issue des substances d’origine biologique (excréments, urines, fumiers, lisiers …). Ces particules sont oxydables, c’est-à-dire qu’en présence d’oxygène des bactéries sont capables de les dégrader et de les transformer en minéraux.
Translation*Organic pollution (carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus) mainly comes from substances of biological origin (excrement, urine, manure, slurry...). These particles are oxidizable, that is to say, that in the presence of oxygen, bacteria are able to degrade them and transform them into minerals.
  • Organic pollution (carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus) mainly comes from substances of biological origin (excrement, urine, manure, slurry...). These particles are oxidizable, that is to say, that in the presence of oxygen, bacteria are able to degrade them and transform them into minerals.