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
 Residencias
 Résidences
 Office buildings 
 Oficinas 
 Public centersBureaux 
 Centros públicos 
 Centres publics 
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Overview
Introduction - understanding sewage water
The Technology & Legal Compliance
Water Treatment Levels & Treated Water Usage
Sound Economics of WWG - Using WWG as economic incentives
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...
Homes
Resorts & Hotels
Schools & Research Centres
Communities

Scientific Papers

 

 

Resources about constructed wetlands


Special announcements, workshops, conferences,...

Links

CONTACT





Photos and applicability in ...


Schools & Research Centres


As solutions for fresh water conservation become increasingly important to our governments and local communities, WASTEWATER GARDENS® are being installed into schools as community scale treatment systems. They are also an excellent way to increase public awareness and promote education. Among the schools & community centers which have trusted us with their wastewater recycling:
  • The Sunrise School servicing 70 students and staff, Legian, Bali
  • The Cape Eleuthera Island School with 60 students & staff, The Bahamas
  • Jagellonian University, Research Center, Magursky National Park, Poland
  • Tirtigangga Water Palace, Bali, Indonesia
  • The Children's Village, Manila, Philippines
  • Manado Community Center MAP- Mangrove Action Project Sulawesi, Indonesia

One of the WWG treatment unit, Sunrise School



Another WWG unit, Sunrise School



Two WWG units, Cape Eleuthera Island School



Cape Eleuthera Island School, Close-up of plants



Another WWG system, Cape Eleuthera Island School



Jagellonian University Research Center,
Magursky National Park, Krempna, Poland.
Project sponsored with support of WWF and the Sendzimir Foundation



Jagellonian University, Close-up of Plants, (Plants still in growing stage)



Jagellonian University, Close-up of Plants


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