Monitoring and removal of micropollutants in systems that increase the landscape retention capacity
Realization period:01.01. 2021 – 31.12. 2023
Leader at TUL:Mgr. Tereza Hulswit Sázavská, Ph.D.
The aim of the project is to interlock current measures to increase landscape retention capacity with surface or drainage water treatment to remove micropollutants . The added cleaning function will be designed and optimized for each of the four types of water management facilities (wetland system, retention reservoirs, watercourses and at the WWTP). The developed additive cleaning technology will be based on reactive-sorption gates with a mixture of substrates (lignite, biochar, metallic iron). Other comprehensive data on the degree of pollution of both surface and groundwater (drainage sites) will be obtained through systematic monitoring of selected water locations.Further, the intensity level and the overall effectiveness of the developed additive cleaning functions will be confirmed.