-          Adapted „French system“ for a nursing home,  Hogar de Ancianos Sta. Ana y San Joaquín y Asociación Ayuda Me Perú

-          All treated wastewater is reused for irrigation of agricultural used area

-          The 2 staged wetland system treats the domestic effluent of 55 residents and employees

-          The pre-treatment is carried out on the surface of an planted, vertical flowed gravel bed wetland with 2 charging points, used alternately (2 and 2 days) 

-          The post-treatment is carried out in an planted vertical flowed sand bed wetland with 4 divisions to maintain always the biologically activity in all parts of the wetland  

 

Design, Construction and Operation and mantainmance by Rotaria del Perú, online monitoring by SCADAweb

Compact reed bed filter to treat raw unsettled domestic sewage (French system). Capacity : 315 people equivalent. Design and build : Epur Nature -2014.

At Escurolles, in central France (Allier), a reed bed fed with raw sewage assures primary and secondary treatment for 705 PE , followed by a tricking filter for polishing and nitrification 

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

Saint Bonnet le Froid : a 900 m², vertical flow reed bed (French system) plus a 600 m² second stage unsaturated vertical flow red bed for the treatment of  domestic effluent from a village with variable population.

Bauduen : a 2-stage Vertical FLow  reed bed filter (French Design) for the treatment of domestic effluent from a village with variable population. A UV tertiary treatment ensures pathogens removal for protection of the bathing area in the lake downstream.

20 years old French system serving 200 p.e. in the Lyon area

One of the largest and most efficient wastewater treatment plant with french system reed bed filter in France.

Nominal capacity : 4000 p.e. with an extension to 6000 p.e. 

An educational wetland of 30 PE treating the sanitary wastewater of a toilet building.

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