WASTEWATER GARDENS®
  Constructed Wetlands              


Humedales Artificiales
    (WWG)

JARDINES DEPURADORES DE AGUAS RESIDUALES

          JARDIN D'EPURATION DES EAUX USEES

Zones Humides Artificielles
 Schools
 Escuelas
 Ecoles
Hotel & Restaurants 
Hoteles & Restaurantes 
Hôtels & Restaurants 
Public parks 
Parques públicos 
Parcs publics 
 Homes
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 Office buildings 
 Oficinas 
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Overview
Introduction - understanding sewage water
The Technology & Legal Compliance
Water Treatment Levels & Treated Water Usage
Sound Economics of WWG
Advantages of WWG: an ideal solution
Important Design Factors and Maintenance
 
Construction and installation Process
Our commitment & expertise
Presentation of the Planetary Coral Reef Foundation (PCRF)
What people say about WWG
Project references

Overview downloads

Photos and applicability in...
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Scientific Papers

 

 

Resources about constructed wetlands


Special announcements, workshops, conferences,...

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WHAT PEOPLE HAVE WRITTEN ABOUT WASTEWATER GARDENS®



WASTEWATER GARDENS® owners have expressed great satisfaction with the quality of the water effluent, the beauty of the WWG gardens and the simplicity of maintenance of the system.


"The technology is more than sustainable - the wetland is restorative, producing beauty and food and a new natural diversity that would not exist right now in the middle of our campus."
Chris Maxey - Director of the Island School Cape Eleuthera, the Bahamas


"We have two separate system and both of them have been working much above our expectations, ..., we use flowers from the wetland for decorative purpose, and they don't smell!!! A very nice system indeed and a lot for our nature."
Roberto Fabbri, Managing Director, Kanantik Reef & Jungle Resort


"Since we have been using the Wastewater Gardens®system we have not experienced any odor and our guests all love it. I am happy about the aesthetic; instead of a machine that makes noise, requires maintenance, breaks down, I have a beautiful garden. I am thrilled about this beautiful way of treating wastewater."
Laura Bush - Owner Hotel Club Akumal Caribe Villas Maya, Mexico

"The WWG constructed wetland system is attractive, practical and without odours even in the warm months of August.  I highly recommend the system and invite anyone interested to come and see it for themselves.  For several years, I  have had a piece of land near Tavira in Portugal in a fragile ecosystem (on the fringe of the ocean and a small coastal delta) on which  the living spaces must be integrated in an overall Permaculture design. At first my toilet system was a Danish compost toilet which worked well for me but was a disaster when visitors and children came. It also required of me heavy maintenance. My life changed when I heard about constructed wetlands and the Wastewater Gardens system. It was installed after a faecal bag system (Earth and Water system, no septic tank) which means that I don't need to call in an emptying truck for my septic system, while I recuperate the precious faecal matter to further enrich the soil".
Flor Georges-Picot - Horticulturist trained at the New York Botanical Gardens, owner, Portugal.

"Its wonderful thing to take waste and turn it into a thing of beauty."
Vince Welnick - Home owner, Akumal, Mexico


"The Wastewater Gardens® that we installed is not only a visual enhancement, but knowing what a benefit to our earth it is, it makes it so much more enjoyable - truly the best improvement we 've made to our home."
Laurie Welnick - Home owner, Akumal, Mexico