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    標題: Promoted Research of Using Constructed Wetlands to Treat Municipal Wastewater from Rural Communities in Taiwan
    作者: Liu, C.W
    Chen, Y.C
    貢獻者: Chief Enfineer, Land adjustment Engineering Bureau, Ministry of the Interior, Taiwan, Ph.D. Candidate of Department of Soil and Water Conservation, National Chung Hsing University
    Engineer, Land adjustment Engineering Bureau, Ministry of the Interior, Taiwan, Assistant Professor, Department of Landscape Design and Management. Narional Chin-Yi University of Technology
    關鍵字: constructed wetland
    rural communities
    land adjustment
    operation phase
    wastewater treatment
    日期: 2007-10-05
    上傳時間: 2018-04-17 14:34:45 (UTC+8)
    摘要: Due to large land area and long treating time requirement, obtaining enough space to build constructed wetland (CW) for treating municipal wastewater is a main break through needed to be done. Since 2001, the government of Taiwan has been promoted integral plans and constructions via land adjustment for rural communities. The original dispersal individual villages can be expanded the range by regional integral development and increase of public facilities. After adjustment, the lands for living purpose would be centralized by new plans, so that the municipal wastewater can be accumulated by construction of sewage systems within small region. In addition, some part of the land after adjustment will be used for public facilities, then can be also used for building CWs. The concept of making land application more efficient has been tried for more than a decade and should be a feasible way for solving the land shortage problem while using CWs. Although the land problem is solved, there are still many difficulties appeared during operating the projects of using CW, such as lacking of regulations for related facilities and water quality requirements, so that governmental offices from various levels do not have clear and powerful authorizations to proceed the projects. In some cases, people from neighborhood opposed such ideas due to insufficient communications. Some systems were not operated well, because of financial difficulty, so as not obtaining satisfactory results or efficiencies. Therefore, this research focuses on the cases from regions had been performed projects of land adjustment in past three years to study the difficulties and changes of promoting the ideas for install CW from viewpoint of policies, regulations, and operations to provide information for proceed related projects in the future.
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