Tuesday, March 28, 2006

A Constructed Wetland:

Joe Gelt states:

In brief, a constructed wetland is a water treatment facility. Duplicating the processes occurring in natural wetlands, constructed wetlands are complex, integrated systems in which water, plants, animal, microrganisms and the environmnent--sun, soil, air interact to improve water quality...


Estate Concordia Preserve has created this constructed wetland for it's new Employee House. We are currently researching the type of plants that will be used to keep the wetland active and functional. It has taken six weeks to create it this far. Sorry for not being able to include the cement pour. Always a fun activity...


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