Article : "Tall sedge in biofiltration systems removes the majority of dissolved phosphorus from greywater "

21 septembre 2017
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Science for Environment Policy - issue 495

The pathways for removal of dissolved phosphorus within biofiltration systems have been examined in a new study. Over 95% of phosphorus was removed over the study period, with the majority of phosphorus stored within plants. The researchers say the findings demonstrate the value of using suitable plant species within biofiltration systems to treat polluted water.