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Author Comino, Elena.
Title Wastewaters phytoremediation : lessons learned : a full case study / Elena Comino, Fabienne Cerise, Maurizio Rosso.
Imprint New York : Nova Science Publishers, 2012.

Author Comino, Elena.
Series Environmental remediation technologies, regulations and safety
Environmental remediation technologies, regulations and safety.
Subject Phytoremediation -- Case studies.
Constructed wetlands -- Case studies.
Sewage -- Purification -- Case studies.
Alt Name Cerise, Fabienne.
Rosso, Maurizio.
Description 1 online resource
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages [165]-167) and index.
Note Description based on print version record.
English.
Contents WASTEWATERS PHYTOREMEDIATION: LESSONS LEARNED -- A FULL CASE STUDY; Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data; CONTENTS; PREFACE; PART I. TREATMENT WETLANDS: STATE OF THE ART OVERVIEW; ABSTRACT; Chapter 1: INTRODUCTION; Chapter 2: ORIGINS AND HISTORY; Chapter 3: PHYTOREMEDIATION PROCESSES; 3.1. PHYSICAL PROPERTIES AND INORGANIC CONSTITUENTS; Chapter 4: CONSTRUCTED WETLANDS: SYSTEMS DESIGN, FUNCTIONING AND FEATURES; 4.1. SURFACE FLOW WETLANDS; 4.2. SUB-SURFACE FLOW WETLANDS; 4.3. HYBRID SYSTEMS; Chapter 5: ELIGIBLE PLANT SPECIES: CHOICE AND FEATURES.
Chapter 6: APPLICABILITY FIELDS: WHERE AND HOW PHYTOREMEDIATION IS RECOMMENDED6.1. MUNICIPAL SEWAGE; 6.2. URBAN AND HIGHWAY RUNOFF; 6.3. AGRICULTURAL RUNOFF; 6.4. ANIMAL WASTEWATERS; 6.5. INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATERS; 6.6. LANDFILL LEACHATE; 6.7. MINE DRAINAGE; Chapter 7: REMOVAL OBJECTIVES: ACHIEVABLE REMEDIATION LEVEL; REFERENCES; PART II. A COMPLETE CASE STUDY: TREATMENT WETLAND DESIGN, MONITORING AND MAINTENANCE; ABSTRACT; Chapter 8: INTRODUCTION; Chapter 9: PROJECT AIMS; Chapter 10: SITE DESCRIPTION; Chapter 11: WASTEWATER CHARACTERISTICS DESCRIPTION AND COMPARISON WITH LITERATURE DATA.
Chapter 12: HOW TO IDENTIFY THE BEST REMEDIATION TECHNIQUE: MULTICRITERIA ANALYSIS APPROACHChapter 13: PROJECT; 13.1. CHOICE OF TREATMENT WETLAND BEST LAYOUT: CONSIDERED DESIGN ALTERNATIVES AND DECISION METHODS; 13.2. DESIGN AND DIMENSIONING PARAMETERS CHOICE -- CLIMATIC INFLUENCE; 13.3. PLANT SPECIES IDENTIFICATION; 13.4. THEORY AND PRACTICE OF APPLIED DIMENSIONING TECHNIQUES; 13.5. TREATMENT SYSTEM LAYOUT; 13.6. POST-OPERAM ISSUES ARRANGEMENT: MONITORING AND MAINTENANCE; 13.7. POPULATION INVOLVEMENT AND INFORMATION: AN IMPORTANT TOOL TO SPREAD AWARENESS OF ENVIRONMENTAL MATTER.
Chapter 14: MONITORING: AIM, METHODS AND RESULTS14.1. MONITORING AND MAINTENANCE ROLE; 14.2. MONITORING AND MAINTENANCE PLAN; 14.3. SYSTEM VEGETAL COMPONENT MONITORING; 14.4. SYSTEM COMPONENTS MONITORING; 14.5. WASTEWATER MONITORING; Chapter 15: CONCLUSION; 15.1. PROJECT EVALUATION VERSUS AIMS ACHIEVEMENT; 15.2. PRELIMINARY DATA COLLECTION: BEST PRACTICES; 15.3. CONSIDERATIONS AFTER MONITORING PHASE: COMPENDIUM OF LESS PREDICTABLE ASPECTS; REFERENCES; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; INDEX.
ISBN 9781614700418 ebook
1614700419
9781613248447 softcover : alk. paper
161324844X
OCLC # 1162036327
Additional Format Print version: Wastewaters phytoremediation Hauppauge, N.Y. : Nova Science Publishers, 2012. 9781613248447 (softcover : alk. paper) (DLC) 2011018646



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