Removal of Salmonella and microbial indicators in constructed wetlands treating swine wastewater.

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Reductions of Salmonella bacteria and enteric microbial indicator organisms were measured in swine wastewater treated by a field-scale surface flow (SF) constructed wetland at a commercial hog nursery in North Carolina and in laboratory-scale SF and subsurface flow (SSF) constructed wetland reactors. Overall reductions of Salmonella, fecal coliforms and E… (More)

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@article{Hill2001RemovalOS, title={Removal of Salmonella and microbial indicators in constructed wetlands treating swine wastewater.}, author={Vincent R. Hill and Mark D. Sobsey}, journal={Water science and technology : a journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research}, year={2001}, volume={44 11-12}, pages={215-22} }