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Potential of Arsenic Removal in Constructed Wetlands.
IGNACIO MARTIN
MARIA TERESA ALARCON HERRERA
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Arsenic
Arsenic in groundwater poses one of the mos important environmental health risk of the present country. In many parts of the world, wroundwater resources naturally contain high levels of arsenic. The technologies of arsenic removal include conventional co-precipitation, lime softening, filtration, ion exchange, reverse osmosis and membrane filtration. Bulky sludge, high energy requirements and cost, as well as the excessive use of chemicals, keep these techniques from being cost-effective, especially at small scales and in rural communities.
2007
Memoria de congreso
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OTRAS
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