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Cattails and reeds are the most common plants in constructed and semi-natural wetlands for wastewater treatment, and can play an important role in both nutrient and heavy metal retention. On the other han ...
Desalination 247 (2009)

In this study, the performance of a combined subsurface vertical and horizontal flow constructed wetlands system, designed for rural domestic wastewaters treatment and with theoretical hydraulic retention time of 2 d and 3.6 d, respectively ...
Desalination 248 (2009)

Water content profoundly affects the efficiency of vertical flow constructed wetlands. Detailed vertical water content profiles could help to improve our understanding of the behaviour of these systems. In this study w ...
Desalination 243 (2009)

The results are presented of a 2-year monitoring of the performance of a hybrid constructed wetland (CW), which was created for the treatment of very heterogeneous industrial wastewater (WW) in Slovenia. WW originated from the foo ...
Desalination 247 (2009)

This study was conducted to (1) determine appropriate conditions for nitrogen removal by a combined constructed wetland (CW) system and (2) evaluate the effects of hydraulic loading rate (HLR), nitrogen loading rate (NLR), effluent recirculation, plan ...
Desalination 250 (2009)

... for the growth of energy crops would present a solution to this problem. This article presents a combination of leachate pre-treatment in constructed wetland (CW) and subsequent reuse for the irrigation of the closed and vegetated part of the landfill site. Pre-treatment of leachate in CW
Desalination 247 (2009)

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