Constructed wetlands and solar-driven disinfection technologies for sustainable wastewater treatment and reclamation in rural India: SWINGS project
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The largest wastewater treatment plant consists of a high-rate anaerobic system, followed by vertical and horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetlands (HFCW) with a treatment area of nearly 1900 sq m and a final step consisting of solar-driven anodic oxidation and ultraviolet disinfection units allowing direct reuse of the treated water. and even act as a revenue generator. The effluent of the HFCW is collected in a 1.8 m deep well, from where about 10% of the final effluent is pumped and disinfected using the two solar-powered units. The implementation of the systems under the umbrella of the SWINGS project will provide opportunity to tes advanced CW configurations operating to meet local needs.
CitationÁlvarez, J., Ávila, C., Otter, P., Kilian, R., Istenic, D., Rolletschek, M., Molle, P., Khalil, N., Ameršek, I., Mishra, V., Jorgensen, C., Marianna Garfi', Carvalho, P., Brix, H., Arias, C. Constructed wetlands and solar-driven disinfection technologies for sustainable wastewater treatment and reclamation in rural India: SWINGS project. "Water science and technology", Octubre 2017, vol. 76, núm. 7, p. 1474.