Below is a range of documents and guidelines that help practitioners in the dairy and winery industries to develop best practices for managing nutrients in many wastewaters. 

Focusing on a proof-of-concept for the use of giant reed (Arundo donax) in constructed wetland systems and the management of nitrogen and phosphorus within soil profiles, these guidelines outline how the risk of soil and water contamination can be mitigated and how effective giant reeds are at stripping nutrients and organic material from effluent. 

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The documents below offer guidance on assessing, remediating and managing the range of wastewaters created by the dairy and viticulture industries. They cover a range of topics, including:

  • Characteristics of winery wastewater
  • Variation in chemical composition due to seasons
  • Sodium in winery wastewater
  • Potassium in winery wastewater
  • Use of Arundo donax in constructed wetlands
  • Pollutant removal methods in wetlands
  • Wastewater treatment wetland designs.

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pdf CRC CARE Technical Report 19: Winery wastewater irrigation - effects of potassium and sodium on soil structure Popular

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pdf CRC CARE Technical Report 05: The development of a modular, constructed wetland system for salt, organic and nutrients removal from dairy wastewaters Popular

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