|Description of the technology||Denitrification barriers for agricultural drainage or constructed wetland treatment are one of the newest technologies being investigated for practical edge-of-field nitrate-nitrogen (NO3-N) reduction.
Technology is designed to remove nitrates from wastewater or runoff from agricultural ares.
The principle is a filtration of water with increased nitrate content through a suitable organic substrate. An organic material used serves as a medium, as well as carbon and energy source for growing facultative anaerobic microbial organisms.
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|Keywords||Denitrification, Wastewater, Nutrients, nitrate-nitrogen reduction
|Stage of Development||Sale to end-user
|Language of communication||Czech, English|
|Contact point||Contact point for this technology is Michal Kriska (email@example.com) or Miroslava Pumplrova Nemcova (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Brno University of Technology
|| Project co-funded by European Union funds (ERDF and IPA)
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