Edited by Costel Bumbac, ECOIND | Eoghan Clifford, NOBATEK/INEF4 | Jean-Baptiste Dussaussois, NOBATEK/INEF4 | Alexandre Schaal, NOBATEK/INEF4 | David Tompkins, Aqua Enviro
Publication Date: 27 Sep 2021
Suggested Citation: Costel Bumbac (ed.), Eoghan Clifford (ed.), Jean-Baptiste Dussaussois (ed.), Alexandre Schaal (ed.), David Tompkins (ed.) (2021), "Innovative Wastewater Treatment Technologies — The INNOQUA Project", Boston-Delft: now publishers, http://dx.doi.org/10.1561/9781680837810
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This book discusses decentralised wastewater treatment and the role of nature-based solutions within the context of the twenty-partner international INNOQUA project. INNOQUA set out to develop and demonstrate a suite of modular, low cost, decentralised solutions that use the combined capabilities of earthworms, bacteria, Cladocera and micro-algae to deliver nature-based primary, secondary and tertiary treatment — followed by UV disinfection.