Variation Among Plant Species in Pollutant Removal from Stormwater in Biofiltration Systems

Variation Among Plant Species in Pollutant Removal from Stormwater in Biofiltration Systems

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Read, J., Wevill, T., Fletcher, T., Deletic, A. 2008. Variation among plant species in pollutant removal from stormwater in biofiltration systems. Watershed Research. Elsevier,New York, NY. Volume 43. Page 893.
biological, nutrients, pollutant, Practice, sampling, Stormwater
The impact of how different vegetation improves pollutant removal efficiency was studied using semi-synthetic stormwater passing through a soil filter medium. Twenty Australian plant species were tested for various pollutants. Presence of plants improved effectiveness of biofilters, but a variation in pollutant removal was observed for the different plant species.

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