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Reciprocating constructed wetlands for treating industrial, municipal and agricultural wastewater



Reciprocating constructed wetlands for treating industrial, municipal and agricultural wastewater



Water Science and Technology 44(11/12): 399-405



Scientists at the Tennessee Valley Authority, and in collaboration with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, are continuing to develop and refine an innovative waste water treatment system referred to as reciprocating subsurface-flow constructed wetlands. Reciprocation relates to patented improvements in the design and operation of paired subsurface-flow constructed wetlands, such that contiguous cells are filled and drained on a frequent and recurrent basis.

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