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Modelling constructed wetlands : scopes and aims – a comparative review
During the last two decades a couple of models were developed for constructed wetlands with differing purposes. Meanwhile the usage of this kind of tool is generally accepted, but the misuse of the… Expand
The role of constructed wetlands in a new circular economy, resource oriented, and ecosystem services paradigm.
- F. Masi, A. Rizzo, M. Regelsberger
- Medicine, Chemistry
- Journal of environmental management
- 1 December 2017
Wastewater management is included in one of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): SDG 6 is dedicated to water and sanitation and sets out to "ensure availability and sustainable management of… Expand
Flood reduction as an ecosystem service of constructed wetlands for combined sewer overflow
Abstract Urban runoff negatively impacts the receiving streams and different solutions have been proposed in literature to limit the effect of urbanization on the water balance. These solutions… Expand
Green walls for greywater treatment and recycling in dense urban areas: a case-study in Pune
This paper describes a pilot installation of a green wall treating greywater from an office building in Pune, Maharashtra State (NaWaTech project). The pilot installation is located at the main… Expand
Constructed wetlands for combined sewer overflow treatment: Ecosystem services at Gorla Maggiore, Italy
Abstract Three sampling campaigns have been done in 2014–2015 in order to temporally characterize CSOs quality and quantity during representative and seasonal-specific rain events, and to estimate… Expand
A review of nature-based solutions for greywater treatment: Applications, hydraulic design, and environmental benefits.
- F. Boano, A. Caruso, +7 authors F. Masi
- Environmental Science, Medicine
- The Science of the total environment
- 15 November 2019
Recognizing greywater as a relevant secondary source of water and nutrients represents an important chance for the sustainable management of water resource. In the last two decades, many studies… Expand
Upflow anaerobic sludge blanket and aerated constructed wetlands for swine wastewater treatment: a pilot study.
- F. Masi, A. Rizzo, +5 authors R. Bresciani
- Environmental Science, Medicine
- Water science and technology : a journal of the…
- 14 July 2017
Swine wastewater management is often affected by two main issues: a too high volume for optimal reuse as a fertilizer and a too high strength for an economically sustainable treatment by classical… Expand
Novel insights on the response of horizontal flow constructed wetlands to sudden changes of influent organic load: A modeling study
Abstract Horizontal flow constructed wetlands (HF CWs) have shown a good efficiency in the treatment of highly variable influent loads (e.g. touristic facilities, stormwater). However, recent studies… Expand
Modelling the response of laboratory horizontal flow constructed wetlands to unsteady organic loads with HYDRUS-CWM1
Abstract Although horizontal flow constructed wetlands (HF CWs) are usually subjected to unsteady loads in real application, the modelling of HF CW response to time-variable loads has been scarcely… Expand
Can microbial fuel cells be an effective mitigation strategy for methane emissions from paddy fields
Microbial fuel cells (MFCs) are bioelectrochemical systems able to generate electricity from wetland soils, including paddies, exploiting the microbial decomposition of organic matter. Additionally,… Expand