Dr Mark Reinsel publishes how new BioHaven floating island technology can be applied to wastewater treatment.
Richard spoke to the Greater London National Park about why we should use floating islands in London’s Canals.
Six new floating islands have been installed at Brent Reservoir SSSI to provide vital habitat for birds.
Anna Kania on how BioHaven Floating Wetlands work: growing ‘slime’ for healthy water and healthy fish
BioHavens provide the setting for microbes to grow and thrive, removing pollutants from water as they do so.
BioHaven is a fascinating approach to nutrient management, pollution management, flood defenses, fish management, aquaculture/horticulture.
frog environmental have established a research partnership with SEACAMS at Swansea University, completing a review of how floating wetlands in wastewater treatment.
London Wildlife Trust have used BioHaven floating islands to create pocket wetlands on the Regents Canal.
A large floating wetland island has been built on the Serpentine Lake in London’s Hyde Park to provide habitat improvements.
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