by understanding the biology and chemistry, we can adapt a wetland environment to enhance its natural purification processes
Wetland Engineering is all about improving the quality of wetlands, rivers and streams.
Human activity has damaged too many of our waterways, though there have been encouraging initiatives in recent years to try to restore these precious assets.
With an understanding of the biology and chemistry of the water, we can adapt the wetland environment to enhance the natural purification processes and the wetland ecosystem.
Geoff Sweaney delivers the work. He is very experienced in a wide range of environmental engineering projects, but the following are his favourites:
New UK Wetland Treatment Guidance
Oct. 4, 2017
New UK Guidelines on treating septic tank effluent from small sewage discharges has been launched by the Constructed Wetland Association (CWA) at their Annual Conference. Geoff Sweaney is the...
Geoff Sweaney speaking at Sustinable Wastewater Treatment Conference
July 5, 2017
Wetland Engineering director Geoff Sweaney is feeling proud to have been asked to speak at the annual wastewater conference of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (...
Welcome to Wetland Engineering!
June 6, 2017
OK, I know, It's been a while coming, but worth the wait I hope...
Welcome to our website! What do you think? I am totally in awe of Ffion's creative wizardry - I can b...