Septage dewatering in vertical-flow constructed wetlands located in the tropics

Koottatep, T.; Polprasert, C.; Oanh, N.T.K.; Heinss, U.; Montangero, A.; Strauss, M.
August 2001
Water Science & Technology;2001, Vol. 44 Issue 2/3, p181
Academic Journal
Examines the septage dewatering in vertical-flow constructed wetlands (CW) in Bangkok, Thailand. Availability of ventilated-drainage system and planting with narrow-leave cattails; Operation of the CW; Amount of total chemical oxygen demand.


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