volume 38, issue 12, P2907-2917 2004
DOI: 10.1016/j.watres.2004.03.038
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Y.Q Zhao, G Sun, S.J Allen

Abstract: AbstractTwo separate sets of reed bed systems were operated in parallel for the purpose to study a comparative behaviour of high strength animal wastewater treatment. Each system consisted of five-stage gravel-based reed beds. The only difference between the two systems lies in the gravel arrangement within the beds. One system employed single sized gravel as bed medium (termed as mono-sized bed) while the other used two layers of gravel with coarse grain as the upper layer (termed as anti-sized bed). It was …

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