Mechanistic understanding of fate and transport of selenium, arsenic, and sulfur in a pilot-scale constructed wetland treatment system designed for flue-gas desulfurization wastewater

@inproceedings{Galkaduwa2015MechanisticUO,
  title={Mechanistic understanding of fate and transport of selenium, arsenic, and sulfur in a pilot-scale constructed wetland treatment system designed for flue-gas desulfurization wastewater},
  author={Madhubhashini B Galkaduwa},
  year={2015}
}
Constructed wetland treatment systems (CWTSs) are an alternative adaptation for fluegas desulfurization (FGD) wastewater purification. A series of laboratory-based soil column studies mimicking a pilot-scale CWTS was carried out to evaluate the performance of the treatment system in detail. The main objectives of studies were to (1) understand the transport characteristics, retention capacity and transformation of selenium and other FGD constituents in the CWTS, (2) evaluate the effectiveness… CONTINUE READING

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