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The treatment of winemaking effluents applied to small cellars. Purification on granular supports: principles and overview


The treatment of winemaking effluents applied to small cellars. Purification on granular supports: principles and overview



Progres Agricole et Viticole 121(11): 250-256



Techniques of effluent treatment using granular supports were first used for water for domestic use, but have recently been applied to effluents produced during winemaking. Three main types of treatments on granular supports are identified: infiltration-percolation beds on sand; buried filters; and reedbed filters. The advantages of these methods are discussed, with reference to the treatment of water for domestic use. The main characteristics of effluents from winemaking are outlined.

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