Intensified (aerated) wetland for wastewater treatment of 800 employees at the administrative center of a mining company, situated near Belo Horizonte, Brazil.

Conception: 2 Septic Tanks for pre-treatment, aerated wetland as main treatment and horizontal flow constructed wetland post treatment.  

Wetland project and execution by Rotária do Brasil, Landscaping only execution by Rotária do Brasil.

 

Pouembout : a 250 p.e. reed bed filter was created to replace a deficient waste stabilization pond.

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.

Full scale pilot plant treating CSO overflow in the Greater Lyon area.

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

A 10 years old CW multistage system (5 stages: Imhoff+HF+VF+HF+FWS) treating the municipal wastewater for a town of 3500 inhabitants.

Castelluccio is one of the best hotspot of Central Italy, with its spellbound village and the great plateaus at 1400 m a.s.l. in the Sibillini mountain park. The new Constructed Wetland will treat the wastewater of Castelluccio village and tourism facilities, that progressively shift from less than 50 persons during winter up to 1000 or more persons during summer. The current treatment plant is inadequate to support this great variation. The new multistage CW system is constituted by a French scheme system of 1800 m2 followed by two parallel free water-pond system as polishing stage and recreational amenity (the pond will hold several rare aquatic plants typical of the Castelluccio plateau).

Albondon (600 PE) : the first "French system" in Spain, designed and build in 2005 by AKUT and SINT treats the waste water of a town in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada

Segonzac wastewater treatment plant for domestic sewage - Capacity 1600 people equivalent. In the shape of snail, emblem of the village.  Design : Epur Nature. 2014

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