The United Nations has proclaimed that the next decade (2021-2030) of its work will be devoted to Ecosystem Restoration. Thereby it calls on the whole global community for protection and revival of ailing ecosystems. Moreover, the UN Decade runs from 2021 through 2030, which is also the deadline for the Sustainable Development Goals and the timeline scientists have identified as the last chance to prevent catastrophic climate change.
On the local level, ecosystems get increasingly affected by poor condition of water bodies. One of the main problems is lacking wastewater treatment in many parts of the world. Any type of wastewater treatment facilities helps increase biodiversity in a water body and beyond – in a local ecosystem.
Many studies have proven that Constructed Wetlands (CWs) are the most effective way to enhance biodiversity. AEU Club has considerable scientific and practical experience in creating CWs and is ready to adjust the technology to any region or object.
Even if our clients already have a wastewater treatment facilitiy such as activated sludge or sewage treatment pond, AEU Club experts are able to set and control the facility’s functioning in the most efficient and effective way. Thus, the treated water can positively influence the ecosystem.
The UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration reminds us that ecological problems are truly a global concern but they should be addressed locally – with the most careful attention to the features and characteristics of each and every region and ecosystem.