Integrated Constructed Wetlands (ICWs)

main cell

main cell

kingfisher

kingfisher

meadow in motion

meadow in motion

open cell 2

open cell 2

spotted orchids

spotted orchids

water forget-me-not flower

water forget-me-not flower

barn-owl-in-flight-tyto-alba-jonathan-le

barn-owl-in-flight-tyto-alba-jonathan-le

unknown invert 2

unknown invert 2

azure damselfly eating

azure damselfly eating

bee on spotted orchid 2

bee on spotted orchid 2

blue damselfly portrait

blue damselfly portrait

bogbean 3

bogbean 3

bogbean

bogbean

cell surface at sunrise

cell surface at sunrise

flag iris 2

flag iris 2

flag iris silhouette 3

flag iris silhouette 3

flowering rush close up

flowering rush close up

Integrated Constructed Wetlands (ICW) provide a joined up approach towards water and land management, providing multiple benefits for both people and wildlife. 

 

ICW's have been demonstrated to effectively remove a wide variety of chemicals, microplastics and pharmaceuticals throuhg natural processes. In contrast to hard enginering solutions,  these sites also provide many other benefits, including carbon capture, a perfect habitat for wildlife and an area for local communities to connect with nature.

Norfolk Rivers Ecology are experts in assessing the feasibility of these wetlands to meet specific targets, alongside designing, delivering and managing Integrated Constructed Wetlands. We have a strong track record of successfully delivering such projects around the UK for a wide range of clients, including water companies, housing developers and private companies. See our Ingol Integrated Constructed Wetland page for further information.

Supported by a rapidly growing base of scientific evidence ICW's have gained wider support in recent years.

Some of the many benefits we can deliver throughintegrated constructed wetlands are outlined below. Contact us for further information and to discuss developing an ICW to meet your sites requirement.

BENEFITS

Contact us to discuss your requirements and to arrange a feasibility study to meet your requirements.