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Environmental Analysis & Ecology Studies

A Study of Constructed Wetland on Overflow Land Type Upgrading Campus Sewage Effluent

  • Open or Close TY Yeh1* and CS Yuan2

    1Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Taiwan

    2Institute of Environmental Engineering, Taiwan

    *Corresponding author:TY Yeh, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Taiwan

Submission: February 08, 2019; Published: February 26, 2019

DOI: 10.31031/EAES.2019.05.000606

ISSN: 2578-0336
Volume5 Issue2


The merits of constructed wetlands are ecosystem protection, water quality enhancement, and wastewater treatment. Campus wastewater treatment effluent was studied in this research. Nutrients and organic matters have demonstrated effectively via sedmentation, microbio-degradation, and plant uptake. SS, COD, DO, NH4+, NO3-N were also researched. Total Nitrogen, total Phosphorus, Ammonium Nitrogen removal rate was 84.1%, 47.9%, and 84.6%, respectively. The microbial genetic monitoring results showed Salmonella spp. and Listeria monocytogenes were not existed in soil and sediment. Acrophytes harvesting and sediments dredging are the promising approaches to remove nutrients and organic matters in this studied constructed wetland [1].

Keywords: Constructed wetland; Organic matters; Nutrients; Sediment; Microbial identification; PCR

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