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14th International Phytotechnologies Conference, September 25-29, Montreal, Canada. 17 pp, 2017

This brochure contains descriptions of four sites visited during the 2017 phytotechnologies conference field tour of September 29. The tour included the following projects: Stop 1. Constructed wetlands planted with willow for treatment of municipal wastewater in small municipalities with a population of less than 5,000 inhabitants; Stop 2. Short-rotation willow coppice land application system for treatment of small municipality wastewater in northern regions; Stop 3. Constructed wetland for the treatment of underground contaminated water (C10-C50 HP, HAP, BTEX, isopropylbenzene) from a petrochemical site; and Stop 4. Phytoremediation of moderately contaminated soils in a peri-urban brownfield on Montreal Island using willows, poplars, and herbaceous species. http://ipc2017.org/sites/ipc2017/files/field_tour_ipc2017.pdf

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