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|Main Title||Artificial or Constructed Wetlands : A Suitable Technology for Sustainable Water Management /|
|Call Number||Â TD756.5|
|Subjects||SCIENCE / Environmental Science ; TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Chemical & BioChemical ; biomass management ; clogging ; degradation of intermediate compounds ; hybrid systems ; pollutant removal ; toxicity attenuation ; Hydrology ; Environmental engineering ; Ecology|
|Collation||1 online resource (428 pages) : 134 illustrations, text file, PDF|
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Due to license restrictions, this resource is available to EPA employees and authorized contractors only
Artificial or constructed wetlands are an emerging technology particularly for tropical areas with water scarcity. For big cities, the sustainable management of water resources taking into account proper use is always challenging. The book presents case studies illustrating the above. As plants and microorganisms are a fundamental part of the correct functioning of these systems, their contribution to the degradation of the organic matter and to the removal and transformation of the pollutant compounds present in the wastewaters is also a highlight of this book.