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Domestic wastewater treatment with emergent hydrophyte beds in France

Abstract : Description of the wastewater treatment system: drainage basins filled with gravel, where reeds are grown. Presentation of installations monitored by the Cemagref. At Gensac la Pallue, a supply of raw effluent on a first floor receiving an organic load of 30 to 35 g of BOD5/m2 leads to a 70% drop in organic matter and a 85% drop in suspended matter.
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A. Liénard, Catherine Boutin, D. Esser. Domestic wastewater treatment with emergent hydrophyte beds in France. IAWPRC International conference on the use of constructed wetlands in water pollution control, Cambridge, GBR, 24-27 September 1990, Sep 1990, Cambridge, United Kingdom. pp.183-192. ⟨hal-02575108⟩

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