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Wastewater Treatment in Constructed Wetlands with Horizontal Sub-Surface Flow

by Jan Vymazal

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Published by Springer Science + Business Media B.V in Dordrecht .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water,
  • Ecology,
  • Environmental sciences,
  • Pollution

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Jan Vymazal, Lenka Kröpfelová ; edited by Brian J. Alloway, Jack T. Trevors
    SeriesEnvironmental Pollution -- 14
    ContributionsAlloway, Brian J., Kröpfelová, Lenka, Trevors, Jack T., 1953-, SpringerLink (Online service)
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25566058M
    ISBN 109781402085796, 9781402085802

    Horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetlands (SSFCWs) are being used worldwide to treat wastewater from a variety of sources. An extensive literature review was conducted to update the current state of scientific knowledge on the performance of SSFCWs for domestic wastewater treatment. Vertical flow constructed wetlands for wastewater and sludge treatment represent a relatively new and still growing technology. Vertical Flow Constructed Wetlands is the first book to present the state-of-the-art knowledge regarding vertical flow constructed wetlands theory and applications.

    Wastewater Treatment in Constructed Wetlands with Horizontal Sub-surface Flow (Environmental Pollution) Jan Vymazal and Lenka Kröpfelová Springer Treatment Wetlands (Second Edition) Robert Kadlec and Scott Wallace CRC . The book extends the knowledge on wetland ecosystem services based on the new research. The information combines the achievements gained in carbon sequestration, nutrient accumulation, macrophyte decomposition, wastewater treatment, global warming mitigation in constructed as well as natural wetlands across the globe. The book presents up-to-date results of ongoing research and the .

    Constructed wetlands with horizontal sub-surface flow (HF CWs) have been used for wastewater treatment for more than 30 years. Most HF CWs have been designed to treat municipal or domestic wastewater. Nowadays, municipal HF CWs focus not only on common pollutants but also on special parameters such as pharmaceuticals, endocrine disruptive chemicals or linear alkylbenzensulfonates Cited by: The second type, the subsurface flow (SF) wetland, maintains the water level below the surface of gravel or other media placed in the wetland bed. This report is concerned with the SF wetland type. This report verifies that SF constructed wetlands can be a reliable and cost-effective treatment method for a variety of bextselfreset.com have.


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Wastewater Treatment in Constructed Wetlands with Horizontal Sub-Surface Flow by Jan Vymazal Download PDF EPUB FB2

Constructed wetlands with horizontal sub-surface flow (HF CWs) have been used for wastewater treatment for more than four decades. HF CWs are used around the world for many types of wastewater, including municipal sewage, agricultural and industrial wastewaters, runoff waters, wastewaters containing endocrine-disrupting chemicals, and landfill leachate.

Wastewater Treatment in Constructed Wetlands with Horizontal Sub-Surface Flow (Environmental Pollution) [Jan Vymazal, Lenka Kröpfelová] on bextselfreset.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Wetlands have been used for uncontrolled wastewater disposal for centuries.

However, the change in attitude towards wetlands during the s and s caused the minimization of the use of natural Cited by: Dec 01,  · The first experiments using wetland macrophytes for wastewater treatment were carried by out by Käthe Seidel in Germany in early s.

The horizontal sub-surface flow constructed wetlands (HF CWs) were initiated by Seidel in the early s and improved by Reinhold Kickuth under the name Root Zone Method in late s and early s and spread throughout Europe in s and bextselfreset.com by: The technology of wastewater treatment by means of constructed wetlands with horizontal sub-surface flow (HF CWs) was started in Germany based on research by Käthe Seidel commencing in the s (e.g., Seidel,Seidel,Seidel, a, Seidel, b, Seidel, ) and by Reinhold Kickuth in the s (e.g., Kickuth,Kickuth,Kickuth, ).Cited by: A horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetlandis a large gravel and sand-filled basin that is planted with wetland vegetation.

As wastewater flows horizontally through the basin, the filter material filters out particles and microorganisms degrade the organics. The technology of wastewater treatment by means of constructed wetlands with horizontal sub-surface flow was started in Germany based on research by Käthe Seidel commencing in the s (e.g.

The technology of wastewater treatment by means of constructed wetlands with horizontal sub-surface flow was started in Germany based on research by Käthe Seidel commencing in the s (e.g., Seidel, a,b, ) and by Reinhold Kickuth in the s (e.g., Kickuth, ).

This book provides an extensive, worldwide overview of wastewater treatment via constructed wetlands with horizontal sub-surface flow (HF CWs).

Special attention is paid to assessing the use of this treatment technology in individual countries. Jan Vymazal is the author of Wastewater Treatment in Constructed Wetlands with Horizontal Sub-Surface Flow ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, publis /5(11).

Wastewater Treatment in Constructed Wetlands with Horizontal Sub-Surface Flow. ENVIRONMENTALPOLLUTION Editors Brian J. Alloway, Department of Soil Science, The University of Reading, U.K. Constructed Wetlands with Horizontal Sub-Surface Flow Jan Vymazal •.

from book Wastewater Treatment in Constructed Wetlands with Horizontal Sub-Surface Flow (pp) Types of Constructed Wetlands for Wastewater Treatment Article · January with Reads. Oct 01,  · Constructed wetlands with horizontal sub-surface flow (HF CWs) have been used for wastewater treatment for more than four decades.

HF CWs are used around the world for many types of wastewater, including municipal sewage, agricultural and industrial wastewaters, runoff waters, wastewaters containing endocrine-disrupting chemicals, and landfill leachate.5/5(1).

The first experiments using wetland macrophytes for wastewater treatment were carried by out by K ¨athe Seidel in Germany in early s. The horizontal sub-surface flow constructed wetlands (HF CWs) were initiated by Seidel in the early s and improved by Reinhold Kickuth under the name Root Zone Method in late s and early s and.

A constructed wetland (CW) is an artificial wetland to treat municipal or industrial wastewater, greywater or stormwater runoff.

It may also be designed for land reclamation after mining, or as a mitigation step for natural areas lost to land development. Constructed wetlands are engineered systems that use natural functions vegetation, soil, and organisms to treat wastewater. Wetlands have been used for uncontrolled wastewater disposal for centuries.

However, the change in attitude towards wetlands during the s and s caused the minimization of the use of natural wetlands for wastewater treatment (at least in developed countries).

Constructed wetlands have Author: Jan Vymazal. There are two different types of constructed wetlands: free water surface (FWS) and sub-surface flow (SSF). SSF wetlands may be classified according to the direction of flow, either horizontal or vertical [].In developed temperate-climate countries, the horizontal sub-surface flow constructed wetlands (HSF-CWs) have been successfully used for the treatment of various types of wastewater for Cited by: 8.

The main objective of this study was to evaluate the performance and treatment efficiency of the Horizontal Sub-Surface Flow Constructed Wetland treatment system (HSF-CW) in an arid climate.

Seventeen sub-surface, horizontal-flow HSF-CW units have been operated for approximately three years to improve the quality of partially-treated municipal wastewater.

The studied design parameters Cited by: 8. Wastewater Technology Fact Sheet Wetlands: Subsurface Flow DESCRIPTION Wetland systems are typically described in terms of the position of the water surface and/or the type of vegetation grown. Most natural wetlands are free water surface systems where the water surface is exposed to the atmosphere; these include bogs.

Dec 01,  · The paper describes the removal of nitrogen in horizontal sub-surface flow constructed wetlands (HF CWs) for various types of wastewater. The survey includes more than annual means from more than systems in 36 countries that were categorized into municipal, industrial, agricultural, and landfill bextselfreset.com by: Since vertical flow constructed wetlands are able to nitrify, they can be an appropriate technology in the treatment process for wastewater with high ammonium concentrations.

Vertical flow constructed wetlands are best suited to warm climates, but can be designed to tolerate some freezing and periods of low biological activity.

Constructed wetlands with horizontal sub-surface flow (HF CWs) have been used for wastewater treatment for more than four decades. HF CWs are used around the world for many types of wastewater, including municipal sewage, agricultural and industrial wastewaters, runoff waters, wastewaters containing endocrine-disrupting chemicals, and landfill.constructed wetlands for treating and recycling wastewater.

While land intensive, these systems offer an effective means of integrating wastewater treatment and resource enhancement, often at a cost that is competitive with conventional wastewater treatment alternatives.

This document provides brief descriptions of 17 wetland treatment systems.This book provides an extensive, worldwide overview of wastewater treatment via constructed wetlands with horizontal sub-surface flow (HF CWs).

Special attention is paid to assessing the use of this treatment technology in individual countries. Wetlands have been used .