Nitrogen and Phosphorus Content in Constructed Wetlands
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University of Zielona Góra, Institute of Environmental Engineering, Zielona Góra, Poland
Online publication date: 2020-08-20
Publication date: 2020-06-01
Civil and Environmental Engineering Reports 2020;30(2):247-257
High effectiveness of organic pollutants and nutrients removal is achieved in biological wastewater treatments plants – in case of proper exploitation of these objects. Nitrogen and phosphorus transformation or removal depends on many physic – chemical and biochemical conditions, deposit and environmental factors. A rule for treating wastewater consists in decomposition of organic compounds included in wastewater in water-soil environment. Removing contaminations is performed as a result of sorption of contaminations, bio-chemical oxidation-reduction reactions and biological activity of soil microorganisms and hydrophyte flora. The research has been carried out in the constructed wetland in Małyszyn (1300 EP). The treatment plant operates in horizontal system, with under-surface flow of wastewater.
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