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  • Rhizotechniki | Frequently asked questions... and answers
    There is no stagnant water anywhere in the installation it is constantly moving Do the reeds overgrow are they invasive No The reeds remain within the basin borders Specific sterile varieties of reed strains are used to build the Root Zone beds Is a septic tank needed for the solid settlement No The pre treatment process of sludge humification replaces a septic tank avoiding the costs of emptying it How many m2 are required for a Root Zone System 2 5 m2 per P E population equivalent What happens if occupancy varies seasonally The reed bed adapts to any seasonal use What are the operational costs During the first three years of operation two site visits are required Then the system is self regulating without further costs How long is the life of a Root Zone installation Up to 100 years Is there any problem with frost or heat No Because the reeds remain uncut they naturally produce a surface insulation There are installations in the desert and perm frost regions Is there any problem with heavy rainfall There is no problem on flat land On sloping land a runoff rainwater basin is built What is the difference from a

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  • Frequently asked questions... and answers
    System 2 5 m2 per P E population equivalent What happens if occupancy varies seasonally The reed bed adapts to any seasonal use What are the operational costs During the first three years of operation two site visits are required Then the system is self regulating without further costs How long is the life of a Root Zone installation Up to 100 years Is there any problem with frost or

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  • Rhizotechniki | Dr. Theodora Seretaki
    Dans le monde Services Publications Scientifiques Articles de presse Anglais Grec FAQ Contact Grèce France Dr Theodora Seretaki Environmental Engineer Adresse 18 Th Siokou St Athens 15341 Greece E mail Cette adresse e mail est protégée contre les spams vous devez autoriser le JavaScript pour la visualiser Téléphone 30 210 6519659 22370 23337 22370 22378 Fax 30 210 6515207 22370 23237 http www rhizotechniki gr Saisissez votre nom Adresse e

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  • Dégradation de composés azotés
    de 3 décennies pour traiter les eaux fortement polluées et toxiques Des résultats totalement inattendus se sont produits en particulier concernant la dégradation de composés azotés dans les eaux usées Les mécanismes concernés par ces processus de dégradation s ont demeurés obscurs jusqu à présent La présentation qui suit montre les résultats d une installation de traitement des eaux usées utilisant la méthode de rhizosphère qui traite les lisiers fortement

    Original URL path: http://www.rhizotechniki.gr/fr/publications/scientifiques/item/49-degradation-of-nitrogen-compounds?tmpl=component&print=1 (2016-02-01)
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  • Rhizotechniki | Qualitative control and possibility of use of treated wastewater with the root-zone method
    Athens ABSTRACT The issue of wastewater management has taken henceforth worrying dimensions in our country and worldwide In the frame of general effort for the application of technologies that minimises the repercussions in the environment the Root Zone Method appears to be an important method of wastewater treatment that follows the processes of nature The method is based on the collaboration of plants soil microorganisms that contribute to the complete cleaning of wastewater The method is implemented successfully in a production unit of catering and restaurant products at Avlona of Attica The qualitative changes of the inorganic and organic charge of wastewater have been studied at the entry and at the outlet of the treatment unit of the artificial wetland The basic research scope was to investigate the chemical constitution of the processed wastewater and the potentiality of its disposal for various uses An important degradation of organic charges has been noted which is reflected in the high rate of COD reduction at 88 and BOD5 at 92 A reduction of the nutritious elements NO3 NH4 NO2 and PO4 has been observed at 29 57 24 and 51 respectively The hardness and the ions Ca2 Mg2 HCO3 Cl and SO42

    Original URL path: http://www.rhizotechniki.gr/publications/scientifiques/item/57-qualitative-control-and-possibility-of-use-of-treated-wastewater-with-the-root-zone-method (2016-02-01)
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