An Integrated Constructed Wetland is a series of shallow cells (usually around 3) connected by pipework and densely planted with a mix of emergent wetland vegetation.
Wastewater from the household is collected in a septic tank and overflows are directed by gravity or pump to the ICW for treatment through natural processes.
ICW systems can be incorporated and made a landscape feature in or near the garden. Where conventional systems are buried and hidden, ICWs can be incorporated and celebrated as part of the landscape, while creating a high water quality system.
ICWs are recognised by EPA and Local Authorities
An Integrated Constructed Wetland (ICW) is designed to work in harmony with the landscape and environment around it. Densely vegetated with tall emergent plant life. You probably wouldn’t even recognise it was a wetland area.
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