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Treatment system options

There are different treatment system options available for removing specific pollutants from agricultural production areas. Select a treatment system below to find out more. Presentations on treatment systems from the Treatment Systems in Coastal Catchment Forum can be found here.

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Quick facts

Natural
technologies of wastewater treatment use modified natural self-treatment processes that take place in the ground soil, water and wetland environment.[1]

Current Technologies

Emerging Technologies

Disclaimer

In addition to the standard disclaimer located at the bottom of the page, please note the content presented is based on published knowledge of treatment systems. Many of the treatment systems described have not been trialled in different regions or land uses in Queensland. The information will be updated as new trials are conducted and monitored. If you have any additional information on treatment systems or suggestions for additional technologies contact us via the feedback link at the bottom of the page.

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References

  1. ^ Rozkošný, M, Kriška, M, Šálek, J, Bodík, I & Istenič, D 2014, Natural Technologies of Wastewater Treatment, Global Water Partnership, GWP CEE, <https://www.gwp.org/globalassets/global/gwp-cee_files/regional/natural-treatment.pdf>.

Last updated: 5 October 2018

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Treatment system options, WetlandInfo 2018, Department of Environment and Science, Queensland, viewed 14 December 2018, <https://wetlandinfo.des.qld.gov.au/wetlands/management/treatment-systems/for-agriculture/treatment-sys-nav-page/>.

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