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Constructed wetlands for the treatment of highway runoff.
(Nova Publishers, 2008-06-01)
Highway surface runoff contains pollutants such as total suspended solids (TSS), hydrocarbons, de-icing salts, and heavy metals. Treatment methods for highway runoff include storage/treatment facilities, such as constructed ...
The performance of constructed wetlands treating primary, secondary and dairy soiled water in Ireland (a review).
(Journal of Environmental Management, 2011-11-01)
In Ireland, no database detailing the design, influent loading rates or performance of constructed wetlands (CWs) exists. On account of this, they are designed without any protocol based on empirical data. The aim of ...
Treatment of dairy wastewater using constructed wetlands and intermittent sand filters
(Bioresource Technology, 2007-06-01)
In Ireland, the most common method of disposal of dairy parlour washings is by land spreading. This treatment method has numerous problems, namely high labour requirements and the potential for eutrophication of surface ...
Harvesting effects on biomass and nutrient retention in phragmites australis in a free-water surface constructed wetland in western Ireland
(The Royal Irish Academy, 2008-06-26)
The aim of this study was to examine the seasonal variation in biomass, total nitrogen (Tot-N) and total phosphorus (Tot-P) content of Phragmites australis in a 3-cell free-water surface (FWS) constructed wetland in western ...