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Last edited 28 Feb 2021
The SuDS Manual (C753) published by CIRIA in 2015, defines a reed bed as an: ‘Area of grass-like marsh plants, primarily adjacent to freshwater. Artificially constructed reed beds can be used to accumulate suspended particles and associated heavy metals or to treat small quantities of partially treated sewage effluent.’
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