Effectiveness of a constructed wetland for treating alkaline bauxite residue leachate: a 1-year field study.

@article{Higgins2017EffectivenessOA,
  title={Effectiveness of a constructed wetland for treating alkaline bauxite residue leachate: a 1-year field study.},
  author={Derek Higgins and Teresa Curtin and Ronan Courtney},
  journal={Environmental science and pollution research international},
  year={2017},
  volume={24 9},
  pages={8516-8524}
}
Increasing volumes of bauxite residues and their associated leachates represent a significant environmental challenge to the alumina industry. Constructed wetlands have been proposed as a potential approach for leachate treatment, but there is limited data on field-scale applications. The research presented here provides preliminary evaluation of a purpose-built constructed wetland to buffer leachate from a bauxite residue disposal site in Ireland. Data collected over a 1-year period… CONTINUE READING
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