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Recent Advances in Pollution Control by Treatment Wetlands (WETPOL21)

 

WETPOL is an international symposium bringing together wetland scientists, engineers, and practitioners working on wetland ecosystem services, including water quality improvement, climate regulation, and flood control.

The goal of the 9th International Symposium on Wetland Pollutant Dynamics and Control (WETPOL 2021) was to improve the understanding of the role wetlands perform in processing nutrients and contaminants, and to discuss and demonstrate how restored and constructed wetlands in the future, via their associated ecosystem services, can contribute to ensure sustainable water management and resource recovery while at the same time regulating and mitigating impacts of global climate change.

The Special Issue includes contributions presented at WETPOL 2021. These contributions show the variety of topics presented at the conference. The topics of the papers in this Special Issue include experimental work and simulation studies regarding:

  • various treatment wetland types, e.g. free water surface wetlands, subsurface flow wetlands, and intensified wetlands,
  • the performance of treatment wetlands for different types of water, e.g. greywater, industrial wastewater, and agricultural runoff,
  • the performance of treatment wetlands for removing selected micro-pollutants, as well as
  • the impact of salinity on the treatment performance.

 

Guest Editors:

Bernhard Pucher, BOKU University Vienna, Austria.

Guenter Langergraber, BOKU University Vienna, Austria.

 

Editorial: Recent advances in pollution control by treatment wetlands (WETPOL 2021)

Bernhard Pucher, Guenter Langergraber

Water Science & Technology (1 August 2023) 88 (3): iii.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.2023.196

 

 

Reciprocating subsurface-flow constructed wetlands: a microcosm treatability study

Leslie Behrends, Laura Houke, Earl Bailey, Pat Jansen

Water Science & Technology (1 July 2022) 86 (1): 152–172.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.2022.184

 

 

Performance of carbendazim removal using constructed wetlands for the Ethiopian floriculture industry

Stan Wehbe, Feleke Zewge, Yoshihiko Inagaki, Wolfram Sievert, N.T. Uday Kumar, Akshay Deshpande

Water Science & Technology (1 July 2022) 86 (1): 142–151.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.2022.199

 

 

Assessing the impact of micropollutant mitigation measures using vertical flow constructed wetlands for municipal wastewater catchments in the greater region: a reference case for rural areas

Silvia Venditti, Anne Kiesch, Hana Brunhoferova, Markus Schlienz, Henning Knerr, Ulrich Dittmer, Joachim Hansen

Water Science & Technology (1 July 2022) 86 (1): 128–141.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.2022.191

 

 

Comparison of simple models for total nitrogen removal from agricultural runoff in FWS wetlands

Alba Canet-Martí, Sabrina Grüner, Stevo Lavrnić , Attilio Toscano, Thilo Streck, Guenter Langergraber

Water Science & Technology (1 June 2022) 85 (11): 3301–3314.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.2022.179

 

 

The regime of constructed wetlands in greywater treatment

Ushani Uthirakrishnan, Vineeth Manthapuri, Afrah Harafan, Padmanaban Velayudhaperumal Chellam, Tamilarasan Karuppiah

Water Science & Technology (1 June 2022) 85 (11): 3169–3183.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.2022.159

 

 

Efficacy of Juncus maritimus floating treatment saltmarsh as anti-contamination barrier for saltwater aquaculture pollution control

D. Cicero-Fernandez, J. A. Expósito-Camargo, M. Peña-Fernandez

Water Science & Technology (15 May 2022) 85 (10): 2811–2826.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.2022.149

 

 

Toxicity and removal of pharmaceutical and personal care products: a laboratory scale study with tropical plants for treatment wetlands

Alexander Arredondo, Carlos A. Ramírez-Vargas, Janneth A. Cubillos, Juan P. Arrubla, Tito Morales-Pinzón, Diego Paredes, Carlos A. Arias

Water Science & Technology (1 April 2022) 85 (7): 2240–2253.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.2022.099

 

 

Influence of plants on the salinity of constructed wetlands effluents

Denis Leocádio Teixeira

Water Science & Technology (1 March 2022) 85 (5): 1648–1657.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.2022.075

 

 

Performance intensification of constructed wetland technology: a sustainable solution for treatment of high-strength industrial wastewater

N. Nurmahomed, A. K. Ragen, C. M. Sheridan

Water Science & Technology (15 March 2022) 85 (6): 1765–1782.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.2022.083

 

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