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Ecological Restoration and Remediation

Ecological Restoration of habitats
Ecobasics specializes in using core ecological concepts integrated with Engineering to treat and restore degradation and destructed landscapes. We specifically use plant species in strategic composition to remediate polluted habitats and landscapes. Once the land is treated of toxics, we improve the vegetation diversity and over the time we create enough floral resources to attract faunal components. This gradual and time consuming process ensures improving in ecology of once disturbed area.

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Ecological Remediation
Ecological remediation essentially is based on the concept of ecology and Bioremediation to treat pollution. It employs the potential of biological diversity for pollution treatment and reduction. It is low cost technology for in situ, or in place, removal, degradation, or containment of contaminants in soils, sludge, sediments, surface water and groundwater. We undertake Ecological remediation in following ways
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i. Creation of ecological systems for Phytoremediation
Phytoremediation involves plants for degrading or immobilizing contaminants in soil and ground water. We prepare ecological systems such as wetlands, grasslands, arboreal plantations and series of large corridors to remediate polluted and disturbed landscapes.

ii. Creation of wetlands for waste water treatment
Constructed wetlands Treatment Systems consist of shallow ponds or channels which have been planted with aquatic plants, and which rely upon natural microbial, biological, physical and chemical processes to treat wastewater. Constructed wetlands can be used to treat a variety of wastewater including urban runoff; municipal, industrial, agricultural and acid mine drainage

iii. Vegetation caps
Vegetative cap is a long-term, self-sustaining cap composed of soil and plants growing in or over waste in a landfill.Plants control erosion and minimise seepage of water that could otherwise percolate through the landfill and form contaminated leachates.

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