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Constructed Wetlands Bibliography, Part VI:
Industrial Waste.

This file, "Constructed Wetlands Bibliography Part VI: Industrial Waste" is one section of a seven-part constructed wetlands bibliography on using constructed wetlands for wastewater treatment. The bibliography was compiled by United States Department of Agriculture staff from the Ecological Sciences Division of the Natural Resources Conservation Service, formerly the Soil Conservation Service, and the Water Quality Information Center at the National Agricultural Library. The complete bibliography can be accessed as either a single large (450K) file containing more than 600 citations or in parts organized by topic.

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 TITLE       Artificial marsh treats industrial wastewater.              
 AUTHOR      Gillette, B.                                                
 SOURCE      BioCycle, February, 1989.                                   
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 DATE        1989
 CALLNUM     57.8 C734
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 TITLE       Considerations for wetland treatment of spent geothermal    
             fluids.                                                     
 AUTHOR      Kaczynski, V.W.                                             
 SOURCE      Ecological Considerations in Wetlands Treatment of Municipal
             Wastewaters.                                                
 PUBLISHER   New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, Co.                        
 PAGES       pp. 48-65
 DATE        1985
 CALLNUM     QH 545 549 E3
 ANNOTATION                                                                     
 
 
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 TITLE       Natural processes for treatment of organic chemical waste.  
 AUTHOR      Wolverton, B.C.                                             
 SOURCE      The Environmental Professional, Vol. 3.                     
 PUBLISHER
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 DATE        1981
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 TITLE       Treatability assessment of industrial wastes by a portable  
             wetland unit.                                               
 AUTHOR      Davies, T.H., J.T. Watson and D.B. Jenkins.                 
 SOURCE      Constructed Wetlands for Water pollution Control.           
 PUBLISHER   Oxford: Pergamon Press                                      
 PAGES       pp. 403-410
 DATE        1990
 CALLNUM     TD 756. 5 I57
 ANNOTATION                                                                     
 
 
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 SUBCATEGOR  aquaculture
 
 TITLE       Utilization and treatment of thermal discharges by          
             establishment of a wetlands plant nursery.                  
 AUTHOR      Ailstock, M.S.                                              
 SOURCE      Constructed Wetlands for Wastewater Treatment: Municipal,   
             Industrial and Agricultural.                                
 PUBLISHER   Chelsea, MI: Lewis Publishing, Inc.                         
 PAGES       pp. 719-726
 DATE        1989
 CALLNUM     TD 756. 5 C66
 ANNOTATION  As part of a water discharging permit, Nevamar Corporation study   
             methods to improve holding pond thermal efficiency. These          
             improvements were compatible with and would be optimized with a    
             wetlands plants nursery.  Thermal treatment pond/aquatic nursery   
             design, efficiency of modifications for improving wastewater       
             treatment, nursery productivity during the first year, and a       
             summary of potential applications are presented in this paper.     
 
        
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 SUBCATEGOR  auto manufacturing
 
 TITLE       Reuse of an industrial wastewater at Saturn.                
 AUTHOR      Barnett, M., et al.                                         
 SOURCE      Environmental Engineering Proc 91 Spec Conf Environ Eng.    
 PUBLISHER   New York: ASCE                                              
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 DATE        1991.
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 SUBCATEGOR  clam proccessing water
 
 TITLE       Feasibility and modeling of the use of New Jersey salt      
             marshes to treat clam processing wastewater.                
 AUTHOR      Guida, V.G. and I.J. Kugelman.                              
 SOURCE      Final Report to the National Marine Fisheries Service       
 PUBLISHER   (1988).                                                     
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 SUBCATEGOR  clam processing water--effluent polishing
 
 TITLE       Experiments in wastewater polishing in constructed tidal    
             marshes: does it work? Are the results predictable?         
 AUTHOR      Guida, V.G. and I.J. Kugelman.                              
 SOURCE      Constructed Wetlands for Wastewater Treatment: Municipal,   
             Industrial and Agricultural.                                
 PUBLISHER   Chelsea, MI: Lewis Publishing, Inc.                         
 PAGES       pp. 727- 734
 DATE        1989
 CALLNUM     TD 756. 5 C66
 ANNOTATION  Natural tidal salt marshes may have limited use in wastewater 
             treatment applications.  Three environmental factors were
             addressed using experimental results: (1) does tidal flooding
             frequency prevent effective treatment, (2) marshes demonstrate 
             either net import or export of organic material and nutrients to   
             surrounding water, (3) is the outcome of effluent polishing 
             readily predictable.                                               
                                                   
 
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 SUBCATEGOR  landfill leachate
 
 TITLE       Natural renovation of leachate-degraded groundwater in      
             excavated ponds at a refuse landfil.                        
 AUTHOR      Dornbush, J.N.                                              
 SOURCE      Constructed Wetlands for Wastewater Treatment: Municipal,   
             Industrial and Agricultural.                                
 PUBLISHER   Chelsea, MI: Lewis Publishing, Inc.                         
 PAGES       pp. 743-752.
 DATE        1989
 CALLNUM     TD 756. 5 C66
 
                     
 ANNOTATION  The trench and wetland ponds at Brookings Landfill have remediated 
             the effect of excessive contaminant concentrations in the
             "downstream" groundwater.  It is hoped that other landfill (active 
             or closed) might benefit by the use of man-made wetlands in the   
             form of trenches and ponds to protect against, or possibly correct
             excessive groundwater degradation.                                 
 
 
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 SUBCATEGOR  landfill leachate
 
 TITLE       Potential use of constructed wetlands to treat landfill     
             leachate.                                                   
 AUTHOR      Staubitz, W.W., et al.                                      
 SOURCE      Constructed Wetlands for Wastewater Treatment: Municipal,   
             Industrial and Agricultural.                                
 PUBLISHER   Chelsea, MI: Lewis Publishing, Inc.                         
 PAGES       pp. 735-742
 DATE        1989
 CALLNUM     TD 756. 5 C66
 ANNOTATION  Infiltration of precipitation and migration of water through       
             municipal solid waste landfills produce leachate that contain 
             undesirable or toxic chemicals.  This study was designed to        
             investigate the fate and transport of landfill leachate in a       
             constructed wetland and provide engineering design data for        
             construction and operation of full-size leachate treatment
             systems.                                                        
 
 
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 SUBCATEGOR landfill leachate
 
 TITLE       Potential use of constructed wetlands to treat landfill     
             leachate.                                                   
 AUTHOR      Surface, J.M., et al.                                       
 SOURCE      USGS second national symposium on water quality; abstracts of
             the technical sessions, Orlando, FL, Nov. 12-17, 1989.      
 PUBLISHER
 PAGES       pp. 98-99
 DATE        1989
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 ANNOTATION                                                                     
 
 
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 CATEGORY    IW
 SUBCATEGOR  landfill leachate
 
 TITLE       Use of artificial wetlands for treatment of municipal solid 
             waste landfill leachate.                                    
 AUTHOR      Trautmann, N.M., J.H. Martin, K.S. Porter and K.C. Hawk.    
 SOURCE      Constructed Wetlands for Wastewater Treatment: Municipal,   
             Industrial and Agricultural                                 
 PUBLISHER   Chelsea, MI: Lewis Publishers, Inc.                         
 PAGES       pp. 245-251
 DATE        1989
 CALLNUM     TD 756. 5 C66
 ANNOTATION  Leachate treatment at municipal wastewater treatment facilities is 
             one option for meeting water quality; however, this can be 
             expensive and energy intensive.  One possible method to reduce
             cost and energy requirements is to treat the leachate on-site 
             using artificially constructed wetlands.  This paper presents a  
             proposed study to evaluate the feasibility of this approach at a
             municipal sanitary landfill.               
                                             
 
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 SUBCATEGOR  leachate
 
 TITLE       Application of natural and engineered wetlands for treatment
             of low-strength leachate.                                   
 AUTHOR      Birkbeck, A.E., D. Reil and R. Hunter.                      
 SOURCE      Constructed Wetlands for Water Pollution Control.           
 PUBLISHER   Pergamon Press, Inc.                                        
 PAGES       pp. 411-418
 DATE        1990
 CALLNUM     TD 756. 5 I57
 ANNOTATION  Six experimental marsh systems were constructed to examine the     
             feasibility of using the marsh (root zone) treatment method to    
             treat landfill leachate.  The effluent quality needed for
             discharge into the environment was not achieved in the test marsh  
             systems. The marsh must be made several times longer to obtain the 
             desired effluent quality.
                                                                    
 
 
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 SUBCATEGOR  oil refining
 
 TITLE       Constructed wetlands for wastewater treatment at Amoco oil  
             company's Mandan, North Dakota refinery.                    
 AUTHOR      Litchfield, D.K. and D.D. Schatz                            
 SOURCE      Constructed Wetlands for Wastewater Treatment: Municipal,   
             Industrial and Agricultural.                                
 PUBLISHER   Chelsea, MI: Lewis Publishing, Inc.                         
 PAGES       pp. 233-237
 DATE        1989
 CALLNUM     TD 756.5 C66
 ANNOTATION  To comply with new environmental standards, Amoco decided to
             expand the Manden, North Dakota refinery's existing biooxidation
             systems. Secondary wastewater is discharged into a six hectare    
             lagoon for initial secondary treatment.  It is pumped to a high
             point for distribution among several routes through a series of  
             cascading  ponds and ditches before discharge.  
 
 
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 SUBCATEGOR  paper mills
 
 TITLE       Utilization of artificial marshes for treatment of pulp mill
             effluents.                                                  
 AUTHOR      Thut, R.N.                                                  
 SOURCE      Constructed Wetlands for Wastewater Treatment: Municipal,   
             Industrial and Agricultural                                 
 PUBLISHER   Chelsea, MI: Lewis Publishers, Inc.                         
 PAGES       pp. 239-244
 DATE        1989
 CALLNUM     TD 756 .5 C66
 ANNOTATION  Two studies, 24-hour static test and a 96-hr flow-through test,    
             were conducted with secondary effluent from a bleached kraft mill  
             in a pilot scale anaerobic-filter reed treatments system.  The     
             system was effective in removing nitrogen, phosphorus, total       
             organic carbon, and color.  These encouraging results led to a
             more rigorous, long-term study which is the subject of this paper.
 
 
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 SUBCATEGOR  paper mills
 
 TITLE       Water quality improvement of pulp and paper mill effluents  
             by aquatic plants.                                          
 AUTHOR      Allender, B.M.                                              
 SOURCE      Appita 37:303-306 (1984)                                    
 PUBLISHER
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 DATE
 CALLNUM     302.8 AU7
 ANNOTATION                                                                     
 
 
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 SUBCATEGOR  pollutant removal, TOC
 
 TITLE       Capacity of a swamp forest to assimilate the TOC loading    
             from a sugar refinery wastewater stream.                    
 AUTHOR      Gambrell, R.P., R.A. Khalid and W.H. Patrick, Jr.           
 SOURCE      Journal of the Water Pollution Control Federation, Vol. 59, 
             No. 10.                                                     
 PUBLISHER
 PAGES       pp. 897-904
 DATE        1987. October
 CALLNUM     293.8 SE8
 ANNOTATION  A Louisiana sugar refinery has been discharging soluble organic    
             carbon into a swamp which is a tributary for the Blind River and   
             Lake Maurepas.  Governmental agencies have expressed concerned     
             about the affects from the effluent on the river and lake's  
             biochemical oxygen demand; however, the refinery contends that the
             swamp serves as an effective wastewater treatment system.  This   
             paper present the results of an investigation that measures the 
             effluent affects on these water bodies.                            
                               
 
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 SUBCATEGOR  pollutant removal--metals
 
 TITLE       Potential use of constructed wetlands for treatment of      
             industrial wastewaters containing metals.                   
 AUTHOR      Dunbabin, J.S. and K.H. Bowmer.                             
 SOURCE      Science of the Total Environment.  III(2-3):151-69 (15 Jan  
             1992).                                                      
 PUBLISHER
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 DATE        1992
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 ANNOTATION                                                                     
 
 
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 SUBCATEGOR  sugar mill
 
 TITLE       Artificial wetlands for the treatment of mill effluent.     
 AUTHOR      Schmann, G.T.                                               
 SOURCE      Sugar Journal:54:10, pp 26-30, 1992                         
 PUBLISHER
 PAGES       pp 26-30
 DATE        1992
 CALLNUM     65.9 SO83
 ANNOTATION                                                                     
 
 
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   NOTE: THE FOLLOWING CITATIONS ARE AN UPDATE AS OF OCTOBER 24, 1995, TO THE
  ORIGINAL DOCUMENT AND THEREFORE ARE IN A DIFFERENT FORMAT.
  
    1     NAL Call No.: LU 378.76-L930-1992-batu
  Evaluation of a diked natural wetland for the treatment of sugar mill
  effluent.
  Batubara, D. S. 1. 1992. viii, 204 leaves : ill. (some col.), maps.
  Vita.
  
  Descriptors: constructed wetlands; factory and trade waste-environmental
  aspects; sugarcane industry-environmental aspects
  
    2     NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
  Microbial ecology of constructed wetlands used for treating pulp mill
  wastewater.
  Hatano, K.; Frederick, D. J.; Moore, J. A.
  Water science and technology: a journal of the International Association on
  Water Pollution Research and Control v.29, p.233-239. (1994).
  In the series analytic: Wetlands systems in water pollution control /
  edited by H.J. Bavor and D.S. Mitchell. Australia.
  
  Descriptors: pulp mill effluent; waste water treatment; biological
  treatment; wetlands; typha latifolia; scirpus acutus; microbial
  degradation; bacteria; fungi; actinomycetales; oregon; artificialwetlands
  
    3     NAL Call No.:  302.8-T162
  Operating experience with constructed wetlands for wastewater treatment.
  Knight, R. L. 
  Tappi Journal v.75, p.109-112. (1993).
  Includes references.
  
  Descriptors: wetlands; waste water treatment; water quality; pulp and paper
  industry; pulp mill effluent
  
    4     NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
  The use of constructed wetlands for treating industrial effluent (textiles
  dyes).
  Davies, T. H.; Cottingham, P. D. 
  Water science and technology: a journal of the International Association on
  Water Pollution Research and Control v.29,  p.227-232. (1994).
  In the series analytic: Wetlands systems in water pollution control /
  edited by H.J. Bavor and D.S. Mitchell. Australia.
  
  Descriptors: factory effluents; textile industry; dyes; waste water
  treatment; biological treatment; wetlands; phragmites; phragmites
  australis; microbial degradation; artificial wetlands
  
    5     NAL Call No.: 290.9-Am32P
  Variability in treatment by constructed wetlands.
  Kuehn, E.; Moore, J. A. 
  Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers St. Joseph, Mich. :
  American Society of Agricultural Engineers,. Winter 1993. (932578) 19 p. 
  Paper presented at the "1993 International Winter Meeting of the American
  Society of Agricultural Engineers," December 14-17, 1993, Chicago,
  Illinois.
  
  Descriptors: wetlands; waste treatment; pulp mill effluent
  
  
    6     NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
  Wetland treatment of pulp mill wastewater.
  Moore, J. A.; Skarda, S. M.; Sherwood, R. 
  Water science and technology: a journal of the International Association on
  Water Pollution Research and Control v.29, p.233-239. (1994). v.29,
  p.241-247. (1994).
  In the series analytic: Wetlands systems in water pollution control /
  edited by H.J. Bavor and D.S. Mitchell. Australia.
  
  Descriptors: pulp mill effluent; waste water treatment; biological
  treatment; aquatic plants; ponds; biochemical oxygen demand; color;
  removal; oregon; constructed wetlands; artificial wetlands
  
    7     NAL Call No.: 57.8-C734
  Constructed wetlands for industrial wastewater.
  Gillette, B. 
  Biocycle v.35, p.80, 82-83. (1994).
  
  Descriptors: waste water; waste water treatment; wetlands; kentucky
  
    8     NAL Call No.:  Z5853.S22S38--1993
  Sewage and industrial waste treatment, wetlands : (Oct 87 - present) :
  citations from the Selected Water Resources Abstracts database.  Citations
  from the Selected Water Resources Abstracts database.
  United States. National Technical Information Service. [Springfield, Va.] :
  U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Technical Information Service, [1993] 1 v.
  (unpaged).
  "Dec 93"--P. [v].
  
  Descriptors: Sewage Purification Bibliography; Sewage disposal in the
  ground-Bibliography; Land treatment of wastewater-Bibliography; Constructed
  wetlands-Bibliography
  
    9     NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
  Phosphorus removal in constructed wetlands using gravel and industrial
  waste substrata.
  Mann, R. A.; Bavor, H. J.
  Water science and technology: a journal of the International Association on
  Water Pollution Research and Control v.27, p.107-113. (1993).
  In the series analytic: Appropriate waste management technologies / edited
  by G. Ho and K. Mathew. Proceedings of the International Conference, held
  November 27-28, 1991, Perth, Australia.
  
  Descriptors: sewage effluent; waste treatment; wetlands; phosphorus; new
  south wales
  
    10    NAL Call No.: KyU Thesis-1992-Mitchell
  Biochemical treatment of metal-chloride-enriched wastewater by simulated
  constructed wetlands by Linda Kay Mitchell.
  Mitchell, L. K. 1. 1992. ix, 129 leaves : ill..
  Includes vita and abstract.
  
  Descriptors: Wetlands; Water reuse; Water Purification
  
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