Biologische nachflockung zur abwasserbehandlung

Waste water treatment - by biological re-flocculation through organism colonies living in plant roots

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Biological purification and re-purification of contaminated water, esp. nutrient material-contg. communal waste water, is effected by degrading and/or binding the impurities through organism colonies living in the root-space of higher plants. The nutrient-contg. flocculates of living and dead organisms, esp. microorganisms which are continuously formed in the rhizosphere of the host plant, may be quickly and continuously removed from system. Terrestrial or limbic host plants may be used.

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