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<anchor role="natural" id="p200191e699818_2"></anchor><anchor role="natural" id="p200191e699818_3"></anchor><emphasis role="bold">HISTORY</emphasis>Natural systems for wastewater treatment include soil absorption, ponds, land treatment, floating aquatic plants, and constructed wetlands. Where sufficient land of suitable character is available, these natural systems can be the most cost-effective option for both construction and operation. They typically are better suited for small communities and rural areas because of the need for and availability of suitable land area. Natural systems range in size f…
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Water Environment Federation: Design of Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plants: WEF Manual of Practice No. 8 ASCE Manuals and Reports on Engineering Practice No. 76, Fifth Edition. HISTORY, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2010), AccessEngineering Export