Study of Reed-Bed of an Urban Wastewater in a Nigerian Community
The need for treatment of municipal wastewater prior to its disposal is important. One method used for treating wastewater is that of a constructed wetland system (CW). The use of a CW has attracted interest in developing nations due to its operational efficiency and cost effectiveness. This paper examines an existing CW in order to determine its effectiveness in the removal...
Published at Proceeding of IASTED’s Environmental Management and Engineering (EME 2014)
Published in 2014
19. Isiorho, S.A., Omole, D.O., Ogbiye, A.S., Olukanni, D.O., Ede, A.N., and Akinwumi, I.I.
Omole David » David began his graduate studies in water resources and environmental engineering in 2004, which culminated in the award of a PhD in March 2011. His main research focus is into water quality and solid waste management. He has published in reputable international and national journals on stream re-aeration coefficient modeling, water quality, sustainable consumption, groundwater quality,... view full profile
Effect of industrial effluents on water quality of River Atuwara in Ota, Nigeria. In Adeyemo, R. (ed), Urban Agriculture, Cities and Climate Change. Cuvallier Verlag, Gottingen, Germany, ISBN: 978-3-86955-813-4, pp.272-280