Quality for constructed wetlands versus waste

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quality for constructed wetlands versus waste stabilization ponds for wastewater treatment, comparing reduction in biological oxygen demand [Mascie-Taylor, 2003]. Such intervention-, disease- or environmental- specific outcomes makes any comparison of efficiency between interventions difficult if not impossible. Furthermore, there is lack of standard approach to
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