Reed beds are a relatively new addition to the water filtration process. The progression of reed bed usage is a great sign that the water industry is taking its part in looking after the environment and improving its processes seriously. The reed beds themselves are an organic way to deal with the waste produced in the filtration process but they are also a vital habitat.

In this guide, we will look at how reed bed filtration works, which waste products are produced and how this waste can be reused elsewhere.

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