Since early December of Global Wetlands website is completely renewed. The old website was many years old and no longer up to standard. The new website is fully responsive as it is called . This means that on any device and screen types can visit our website . The format of the site is automatically…Details
What is a constructed wetland filter (CWF)?
The waste water is pumped into the top of the sand filter, from where it percolates through the root zone of the reeds, where it gets oxydized and the nutrients broken down into smaller mostly harmless molecules. At the bottom of the filter, the water enters the drain pipes and is being conveyed into an infiltration bed. Although the reeds are mown in late fall, the root zone remains active in winter, so the system remains active under cold circumstances.
What is an Individual Purification Unit (IPU)?
What is a pre-treatment facility?
What is a septic tank?
Will there be any odours from my CWF?
Will it do any harm to the CWF if animals eat the reedplants?
What is the price of a CWF?
What is the price of a IPU?
What is the price of a septic tank?
Water authority “De Dommel” asked Global Wetlands to come up with a design for the final polishing of the effluent of their waste water treatment plant in Hapert. This installation would have to remove the final traces of nutrients, like carbon hydrates and Ammonium from the treated water. Global Wetlands constructed a specific wetland for…Details