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  • Rhizotechniki
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    Original URL path: http://www.rhizotechniki.gr/en/component/mailto/?tmpl=component&link=aHR0cDovL3d3dy5yaGl6b3RlY2huaWtpLmdyL2VuL21ldGhvZC9vcGVyYXRpb24vZGVzY3JpcHRpb24%3D (2016-02-01)
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  • Rhizotechniki | Sustainable installation's operation
    one installation All treatment levels proceed in a Root Zone Bed whilst conventional systems need different lagoons for each treatment step Steps Mechanical Treatment Pre treatment Sedimentation Drying Disinfection and Humification of solid remains and sludge Biological Treatment Secondary Treatment Decomposition of organic and toxic matter from the wastewater e g poly chlorinated hydrocarbons paints phenols Assimilation of biological sludge Advanced Treatment Tertiary Treatment Simultaneous Nitrification and Denitrification of Ammonia

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  • Rhizotechniki | Advantages of sustainable operation with the root zone method
    energy input Produces no sludge during the biological treatment Additional advantages Advanced treatment is always included as an integral part of the Root Zone Process Self regulating operation lasting up to 100 years without requiring any machinery Low maintenance and regulation Stability in effectiveness Balancing fluctuations in the pollutants concentration Tolerance in hydraulic loads fluctuations Flexibility in installation s capacity from a small household to a large city Durability of

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  • Advantages of sustainable operation with the root zone method
    during the biological treatment Additional advantages Advanced treatment is always included as an integral part of the Root Zone Process Self regulating operation lasting up to 100 years without requiring any machinery Low maintenance and regulation Stability in effectiveness Balancing fluctuations in the pollutants concentration Tolerance in hydraulic loads fluctuations Flexibility in installation s capacity from a small household to a large city Durability of up to 100 years Low

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  • Rhizotechniki
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  • Rhizotechniki | Environmental Protection and Public Health
    of Humus stored in the soil N B Conventional methods only produce CO2 Disinfection of pathogen micro organisms Pathogenic bacteria such as E coli Salmonella and viruses are eliminated by the roots exudates This makes chlorination of effluents superfluous From the ecological and public health perspective Chlorination is considered to be very problematic in water and wastewater management Chlorine creates more problems than it solves N B A conventional method using Chlorine creates toxic substances at the end of the so called cleaning process This in turn pollutes natural water resources Chlore with its free electron is a very aggressive reacting chemical element which combined with organic impurities creates toxic substances 100 efficiency without effluent In summer when the water quantities are greatly reduced high concentrations of pollutants emerge In this very sensitive period of the year Root Zone installations do not release any effluent thereby saving natural water from pollutants The reeds can evaporate up to 3 0 m 3 d liquid per m 2 resulting in total evaporation N B Conventional systems release all their so called cleaned effluents into the natural water bodies Equilibrium of thermal pollution The reeds mean annual evapo transpiration can reach 1 600

    Original URL path: http://www.rhizotechniki.gr/method/environmental (2016-02-01)
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  • Environmental Protection and Public Health
    Humus stored in the soil N B Conventional methods only produce CO2 Disinfection of pathogen micro organisms Pathogenic bacteria such as E coli Salmonella and viruses are eliminated by the roots exudates This makes chlorination of effluents superfluous From the ecological and public health perspective Chlorination is considered to be very problematic in water and wastewater management Chlorine creates more problems than it solves N B A conventional method using Chlorine creates toxic substances at the end of the so called cleaning process This in turn pollutes natural water resources Chlore with its free electron is a very aggressive reacting chemical element which combined with organic impurities creates toxic substances 100 efficiency without effluent In summer when the water quantities are greatly reduced high concentrations of pollutants emerge In this very sensitive period of the year Root Zone installations do not release any effluent thereby saving natural water from pollutants The reeds can evaporate up to 3 0 m 3 d liquid per m 2 resulting in total evaporation N B Conventional systems release all their so called cleaned effluents into the natural water bodies Equilibrium of thermal pollution The reeds mean annual evapo transpiration can reach 1 600 mm

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  • Rhizotechniki
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