[permaculture] Constructed Wetlands for Animal Waste Treatment

Steve Diver steved at ncatark.uark.edu
Wed Feb 13 23:36:50 EST 2002


Constructed wetlands was a topic earlier this week.

Here's a government manual I came across through the
The GrayLIT Network, an Internet portal to gray literature
of U.S. Federal Agencies.

Constructed Wetlands for Animal Waste Treatment: A Manual on
Performance, Design, and Operation With Case Histories
http://graylit.osti.gov/cgi-bin/dexpldcgi?qry1150815019;3

This is an HTML start page to a 182-page scanned document.
Since it is scanned, you click and load each image, one page at a
time.  You can first look at the table of contents, and then "jump"
to the section you want.

Constructed Wetlands for Animal Waste Treatment: A Manual on
Performance, Design, and Operation With Case Histories
--//Prepared for the Gulf of Mexico Program -- Nutrient Enrichment
Committee
--//Under a contract to Alabama Soil and Water Conservation and the
National Council of the Pulp and Paper Industry for Air and Stream
Improvement
--//By Payne Engineering and CH2M Hill
--//June 1997, 182-html-pages


Search engine:

The GrayLIT Network
http://www.osti.gov/graylit/

Search GrayLIT Network
http://graylit.osti.gov/

Poking around, here's another item.  Some farmers use
hydrogen peroxide as an alternative disinfectant, fungicide,
or seed treatment.  Ultra violet light and ozone are covered
as well.

Alternative Disinfectants and Oxidants Guidance Manual
http://graylit.osti.gov/cgi-bin/dexpldcgi?qry1293674649;143
    328-html-pages

Also,

Guidelines for Water Reuse (Manual)
http://graylit.osti.gov/cgi-bin/dexpldcgi?qry1293674649;157
    258-html-pages

Also,

Introduction to Phytoremediation
EPA, February 2000
http://graylit.osti.gov/cgi-bin/dexpldcgi?qry2117237244;169
    110-html-pages

Also,

Growing plants on atoll soils
Feb 2000
HTML Gateway
http://graylit.osti.gov/cgi-bin/dexpldcgi?qry1170055771;76
PDF
http://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/756838-D40g1w/native/
    [the PDF link is down, but the description looks worthy
    to keep track of for future refence, especially for island
    permaculture]

Regards,
Steve Diver





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