Client: Simrishamn Municipality

Location:Simrishamn, Sweden

Established: 1998

Number of basins: 8

Sludge type: Activated sludge

Sludge volume per year: 450

PE, amount: 25,000

Client: Haslev Municipality
Location: Haslev, Denmark
Number of basins: 8
Sludge type: Active
Sludge volume per year: 500 tonnes DS/year
PE, amount: 8,000

2-stage vertical flow reed bed filter for the treatment of raw unsettled domestic sewage (French system). Capacity : 1200 People Equivalent. 

Client: Sorø Municipality

Location: Tuelsø, Denmark

Established: 2003

Number of basins: 10

Sludge type: Activated sludge

Sludge volume: 550 tonnes DS/year

PE, amount: 22,000

The Orhei Constructed Wetland treatment plant, the biggest secondary treatment entirely based on CWs in the world

Grenoble – urban park Ouagadougou: a 1 ha urban park with reed bed filters and surface flow wetlands collecting and treating stormwater runoff from the roofs of buildings and from adjacent roads in order to meet irrigation needs of the park and to reduce discharge of stormwater into the municipal sewer system. This project was the laureate of the NOVATECH 2013 international conference of sustainable urban drainage award http://novatech.graie.org/a_present_laureats.php

 

 

A ten years old system treating the wastewater produced by a winery in Central Italy. Cecchi is a famous wine producer in Italy and the production is certified ISO14001; all the wastewater produced by the "bottling department", located in Castellina in Chianti, Province of Siena, is appropriately treated before to be discharged in a nearby stream by a multistage constructed wetland.

A 11000 m2 artificial pond and 2600 m2 reed bed filters were created for the storage and treatment of stormwater and runoff from Servier pharmaceutical Laboratories site in Gidy. Designed to be able to treat once-a-century rainfall. Capacity : 12000 m3. Design : Epur Nature. Established : 2014.

The two stage reed bed system at Aumont (500 PE), in the French Jura mountains meets stringent discharge standards in phosphorous removal through a third stage filtration with reactive media