Seeing the good in waste water

Short-rotation coppice involving trees such as willow is increasingly being used to treat leachate and turn landfill waste water into a resource, says Nigel Grimsley. Using an automated monitoring system makes it less resource intensive

by Nigel Grimsley
Willows grow quickly and need a lot of water. Photograph: OTT Hydrometry
Willows grow quickly and need a lot of water. Photograph: OTT Hydrometry

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