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4 Figure 2: Plant diversity in the constructed wetland
5 Figure 3: The color and transparency of wastewater before and after naturally treated by the constructed wetland
6 Figure 5: Temporary house around Huay Mak Khaeng area
7 Figure 6: Diversity of water plant in constructed wetland
8 Figure 7: Water diversion way in creek for divided wastewater and treated water
9 Figure 8: landscape design for recreation
10 Figure 9: The first demonstration site of constructed wetland at slaughterhouse of Udonthani Municipality
11 Figure 9: treated water outlet
12 Figure 10: Utilization of open space around Huay Mak Khaeng area
13 Figure 11: Additional income from aquatic plant
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