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A break with the past

Lotus Filter Systems technology represents a qualitative break from previous wastewater treatment technologies because it is a totally “Green” secondary and tertiary treatment system which does everything conventional treatment systems do with little or no energy.

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Sustainable solutions

Lotus Filter Systems, a completely natural process based on specialized plants. It can be clasified as a green technology. It is an ecofriendly system without energy consumption.

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Advantages


Complete treatment system, without energy consumption, low maintenance costs, eliminates sludge, without odours or noises with a small footprint.

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About us

Lotus Filter Systems S.L. is a recently formed company with more than ten years of experience in the application of over 150 floating wetland systems.

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Innovation and a future perspective

Lotus Filter Systems represent a synthesis of a number of technologies such as Lagoon and “Wetland”, Bio-Filters, Percolators, floating macrophyte, mixed bacterial, active sludge and Final polishing technologies into one comprehensive Floating Wetland Systems that is simple to design and has very low operating and maintenance costs.

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Lotus Filter Systems S.L. provides this list of books and articles free of charge to the public to enhance the state of the knowledge concerning certain aspects of waste water treatment. This list will be periodically revised and added to. If you feel any of book, or article, should be removed, or be deemed inappropriate please let us know.

 

  • “Manual de tecnologías no Convencionales para la Depuración de Aguas Residuales”. J. J. Salas Rodríguez, J. R. Pidre Bocardo, I. Cuenca Fernández
  • “Treatment Wetlands”, Second Edition, R. H. Kadlec, S. Wallace.
  • “Nitrification and Denitrification in the Activated Sludge Process”, M. H. Gerardi
  • “Constructed Wetlands Treatment of Municipal Wastewaters” E.S. EPA
  • “Phytoremediation: Role of Aquatic Plants in Environmental Clean-up” B. Dhir
  • “Settleability Problems and Loss of Solids in the Activated Sludge Process” M.H. Gerardi
  • “Constructed Wetlands With Floating Emergent Macrophytes: An Innovative Stormwater Treatment Technology” T. R. Headley, C. C. Tanner
  • “Long-distance transport of gases in plants: a perspective on internal aeration and radial oxygen loss from roots” T. D. Colmer
  • “Floating treatment wetland retrofit to improve stormwater pond performance for suspended solids, copper and zinc.” Karine E. Bornea,∗, Elizabeth A. Fassmana, Chris C. Tannerb
  • “Endodermis-like Sheaths in the Submerged Freshwater Macrophyte Ranunculus trichophyllus”. Chaix F. Dalla Vecchia, F. Cuccato, N. La Rocca, W. Larcher. and N. Rascio.
  • “Stormwater nitrogen removal performance of a floating treatment wetland” Karine E. Borne, Chris C. Tanner and Elizabeth A. Fassman-Beck
  • “Combination of Anaerobic Treatment and Nutrient Removal of Wastewater in Brazil” Heike Hoffmann*, Christoph Platzer**,Dorothee Heppeler***, Matthias Barjenbruch***, Paulo Belli filho
  • “The basics of bio-flocs technology: The added value for aquaculture” P. De Schryver, R. Crab, T. Defoirdt, N. Boon, W. Verstraete ⁎
  • “Functions of Macrophytes in Constructted Wetlands” Hans Brix
  • “Growth and root oxygen release by Typha latifolia and its effects on sediment methanogenesis”
  • Dorthe N. Jespersen, Brian K. Sorrell1, Hans Brix*
  • “Nutrient removal from wastewater by wetland systems” Ishadeep Khanijo
  • “Observations of mean and turbulent flow structure in a free-floating macrophyte root canopy” Maureen A. Downing-Kunz1,2 and Mark T. Stacey1
  • “Biomimetic floating islands that maximize plant and microbial synergistic relationships to revitalize degraded fisheries, wildlife habitats, and human water resources.” Frank Stewart
  • “National Water Reuse Plant of Spain” C Danés Castro
  • “Oxygen Distribution in Wetland Plant Roots and Permeability Barriers to Gas-exchange with the Rhizosphere: a Microelectrode and Modelling Study with Phragmites australis” W. Armstrong, D. Cousins, J. Armstrong, D. W. Turner and P. M. Beckett
  • “Utilización de lodos de depuradora en restauración Manual de aplicación en actividades extractivas y terrenos marginales” J M Alcañiz, Baldellou, O Ortiz
  • “Reclaim Water: Water Reclamation Technologies for Safe Artificial Groundwater Recharge” Thomas Melin
  • “Removal of organics in constructed wetlands with horizontal sub-surface flow: A review of the field experience” J Vymazala, L Kröpfelováa
  • “La Reutilización de Aguas Regeneradas en España: Ejemplos de Aplicación en el Marco del Proyecto Consolider-Tragua” De Bustamante, Cabrera, Candela, Lillo, y Palacios,
  • “The radiatively driven natural convection beneath a floating plant layer” M Coates and J Ferris
  • “Constructed wetlands for wastewater treatment in small communities and rural areas” J Loredo
  • “Phenol Degradation in an anaerobic Fluidized Bed Reactor Packed with Low Density Support Materials.” G P Sancinetti1, L T Sader , M B A Varesche , E L C Amorim, S P F Omena and E L Silva
  • “Water quality improvement through macrophytes—a review” S Dhote, S Dixit
  • “Floating islands as an alternative to constructed wetlands for treatment of excess nutrients from agricultural and municipal wastes – results of laboratory-scale tests” F M Stewart, T Mulholland, A B Cunningham, B G Kania, M T Osterlund
  • “The ability of vegetated floating Islands to improve water quality in natural and constructed wetlands: a review” B Masters