Land applications can be defined as a discharge of wastewater onto the ground for treatment or reuse. These applications contain minimal capital and operating costs needed for seawater treatment in the given chance that there is an attainability of land with appropriate characteristics. Irrigation, injection wells, surface pounding, percolation, and other water methods are all utilized for land application. While all of these methods can be utilized for certain applications, irrigation is by far the most widely used for specific issues. Infiltration and overland flow are the two most common land application methods and have been efficient in providing great treatability of the aforementioned applications.