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Design and use of biological reservoirs for effluent treatment


, : Design and use of biological reservoirs for effluent treatment. Metodiky pro Zavadeni Vysledku Vyzkumu do Zemedelske Praxe ( 15): 0-44

The design aspects and the use of artifical wetlands for water purification are described. The main advantage of such systems is considered to be their simplicity in not requiring specialized equipment, servicing, or power.

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