Case Study:

Constructed Wetland

Shallow marsh systems planted with emergent vegetation are designed to treat stormwater runoff. In addition to being one of the best management practices for pollutant removal, constructed wetlands can also mitigate peak rates and even reduce runoff volume to a certain degree. Constructed wetlands provide considerable aesthetic and wildlife benefits.


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