Regulatory implications of using constructed wetlands to treat selenium-laden wastewater.

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The practice of using constructed wetlands to treat selenium-laden wastewater is gaining popularity in the United States and elsewhere. However, proponents of treatment wetlands often overlook important ecological liabilities and regulatory implications when developing new methods and applications. Their research studies typically seek to answer a basic… (More)

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@article{Lemly2002RegulatoryIO, title={Regulatory implications of using constructed wetlands to treat selenium-laden wastewater.}, author={A. Dennis Lemly and Harry M. Ohlendorf}, journal={Ecotoxicology and environmental safety}, year={2002}, volume={52 1}, pages={46-56} }