Below you will find various articles in the media related to natural water treatment, and specifically related to the history of our Aqua Wetland Systems.
A vertical flow constructed wetland for the treatment of winery process water and domestic sewage in Ontario, Canada: Six years of performance data
Science Direct (February 5, 2015)
Man-made wetland will process new abattoir’s waste water innovatively
The Manitoulin Expositor (November 28, 2012)
Environmental Sustainability Research Program
Evaluation of a Subsurface Constructed Wetland as a Management Option for Handling Milking Centre Washwater and Solid Manure Storage Runoff
Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (June 5, 2012)
Mother Nature Knows Best
Utilizing a plant based system for waste water treatment.
Greenhouse Canada (2010)
Wetland Biofilter System provides year round, cost effective treatment to over 1.5 million litres of wastewater.
Canadian Environmental Protection (March 2006)
Leachate treatment using vertical subsurface flow wetland systems
Findings From Two Pilot Studies.
Sardinia (October, 2005)
Natural purification systems could solve sewage problems
The Standard (, 2003)
Using Nature to clean up pollution
The Standard (May 29, 2003)
Compact wetland has use for hog manure
The wetland can remove phosphorus and nitrogen
Ontario Farmer (September 24, 2002)
Wetland plants used to treat sewage
Lincoln greenhouse-tourist complex to be first in the province to use 'constructed wetland' as a novel back-to-nature approach to treatment.
The Standard (October 25, 1999)
Wetland Project Expands
Grad Student Lloyd Rozema takes water samples from one of the SWAMP project cells for testing.
The Niagara Advance (November 22, 1994)