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Constructed wetlands (CWs) are artificial wastewater treatment systems appropriate for small communities because of their affordability, operability and reliability. These qualities are true whenever CWs are designed and constructed properly, and as long as the necessary operation and maintenance procedures are carried out correctly. Experience shows that(More)
The identification of adequate treatment for small communities is a complex problem since it makes it necessary to combine aspects of the community and landscape, the receiving environment, and the available wastewater treatment technologies. This paper presents the development and implementation of a Knowledge-Based Decision Support System (KB-DSS) to(More)
The identification of adequate wastewater treatment for small communities is a complex problem since it demands a combination of data from different sources, such as aspects of the community and landscape, the receiving environment and the available wastewater treatment technologies. The Catalan Water Agency (Agència Catalana de l'Aigua) considered using an(More)
To define the most appropriate process to treat urban wastewater is not an easy problem to solve. This definition represents a complex problem that requires the participation and the consensus of different agents (social, economic, environmental). In order to confront this problem, the Catalan Water Agency developed an Environmental Decision Support System(More)
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