Can water lilies be used to purify water for recycling?
Water lilies provide shade so that less algae grows in the water
and they absorb chemicals from the water that makes it
Yes water lilies absorb nutrients that could cause algae bloom.
They do help purify water.
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Information about Water Lilies Water lilies are water plants that grow in thick patches which create stagnant low oxygen areas under the floating mats. The plants are slow growing but eventually tend to colonize shallow water of up to six feet. The plants produce pink and white flowers and their leaves are nearly circular reaching up to 11 inches in diameter. Plants that live in water adapt themselves to the environment in order to survive…
I know one way to purify water is by filtering it with some sort of aquifer-like material. Three common methods of purifying water are filtration, chlorination and ultraviolet light disinfection. There is also reverse osmosis, distilling and Ionization. The methods used depend on how dirty the incoming water is, and how pure you want the water to be. See NSF and EPA standards for specific information.
It stop plastic and such going into the rivers and oceans/seas and slowing down the process of the water cycle. <><><><> It may also apply to recycling water. In some cases, "gray" water- from sinks and showers- may be used to irrigate lawns, cutting the demand for clean water. Many companies treat and clean their wastewater, and reuse it.