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Effect of loading rate and planting on treatment of dairy farm wastewaters in constructed wetlands-II. Removal of nitrogen and phosphorus



Effect of loading rate and planting on treatment of dairy farm wastewaters in constructed wetlands-II. Removal of nitrogen and phosphorus



Water Research Oxford 29(1): 27-34



The effect of influent loading rate on mass removal of nitrogen and phosphorus from milking parlour waste waters was compared in four pairs of planted (Schoenoplectus validus) and unplanted gravel-bed wetlands (each 19 msuperscript 2). The wetlands were operated at nominal retention times of 7, 5.5, 3 and 2 d, with in and outflows sampled fortnightly over a 20-month period.

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DOI: 10.1016/0043-1354(94)00140-3



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