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Couplage de filtres plantés de roseaux et lagunes : un exemple en France

Abstract : This article is a synthesis of results obtained between 1988 and 1993 in a rustic sewage treatment plant made of reed planted filters followed by microphyte lagoons sized on the basis of tertiary treatment. The filters drained and supplied alternately with raw sewage water ensure a 65 to 70% drop in COD and BOD5 and a 85% drop in suspended matter. After treatment, COD (measured on non-filtered samples) is almost always lower than 120 mg/l and suspended matter content < 20 mg/l. Effluent bacteriological quality is that of a "swimming water" (
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A. Liénard, Catherine Boutin, R. Bois, P. Charles. Couplage de filtres plantés de roseaux et lagunes : un exemple en France. JIE 94 Journées Information Eaux 11ème colloque, Sep 1994, Poitiers, France. pp.15. ⟨hal-02574794⟩

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