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Don’t miss GWT presentations at this year’s conference:

10th International Symposium

On Wetland Pollutant Dynamics and Control

10 – 14 September 2023 | Bruges, Belgium

 

Chiara Sarti, Anacleto Rizzo, Riccardo Bresciani, Fabio Masi, Alain Petitjean, Ania Morvannou, Jan Schuetz, Flor Louage, Vaidotas Kisielius and Dr. Jaime Nivala (keynote) will present work which has been authored or co-authored by GWT members.

 

 

 


 

Wetland to treat run-off from deicing operations contaminated with high concentrations of glycol compounds and capable of handling peak flows and loading from winter storms.

Vertical flow FBA system treating deicing fluids of Buffalo airport, New York

Metz –park of the Seille : collecting and treating stormwater from an adjacent new housing development area inside a 20 ha urban park  and renaturation of the river Seille, flowing along the park.

 

 

Grenoble – urban park Ouagadougou: a 1 ha urban park with reed bed filters and surface flow wetlands collecting and treating stormwater runoff from the roofs of buildings and from adjacent roads in order to meet irrigation needs of the park and to reduce discharge of stormwater into the municipal sewer system. This project was the laureate of the NOVATECH 2013 international conference of sustainable urban drainage award http://novatech.graie.org/a_present_laureats.php

 

 

Pond treatment system to prevent algae growth at Bebat Tienen (Belgium)

A 11000 m2 artificial pond and 2600 m2 reed bed filters were created for the storage and treatment of stormwater and runoff from Servier pharmaceutical Laboratories site in Gidy. Designed to be able to treat once-a-century rainfall. Capacity : 12000 m3. Design : Epur Nature. Established : 2014.

Bezannes : a 8000 m² artificial pond plus 3500 m² of reed bed filters and 1600 m² of wetlands were created to treat stormwater runoff from a large non-residential area.


NEXT EVENTS

 

The IWA Specialist Group on Wetland Systems for Water Pollution Control is organizing two new online events of YWP career pathways series where established professionals of the field will share their experiences and views on career opportunities in the wetland world.

21st of September at 2:00 pm (CEST), Gabriela Dotro (Senior Researcher at Cranfield University), Link https://aarhusuniversity.zoom.us/j/68560534202

15th November at 1:30 pm (CET), Scott Wallace (CEO Naturally Wallace - GWT founding member), Link https://inrae-fr.zoom.us/j/2933880347