Irrigation and eucalyptus.
Bases of the project presented to the Commission of running water, sewers and paving. Buenos Aires. 1874.
Quarto (23.8 x 15.7 cm / 9.37 x 6.18 in), IX pages (includes Cover and Half-title), 113 pp., Plus VIII pp., of Index. Half cloth binding. Good copy. Not in Suarez.
After the historical yellow fever plague that struck the city in 1871, running water, sewers and paving stones were postponed hygienic issues, occupying a fundamental place on the municipal agenda for these years.
An early proposal aimed at taking advantage of wastewater for urban afforestation by planting eucalyptus, but in an area assigned for this purpose, with irrigation of these waters.
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