Fate of effluent organic matter characteristics in a multi-soil-layering system
- Fate of effluent organic matter characteristics in a multi-soil-layering system
- S. K. Maeng; 원세연; H.Y. Cha; 송경근
- Effluent organic matter; F-EEM; multi-soil-layering; wastewater
- Issue Date
- IWA ecoSTP 2012
- A laboratory-scale multi-soil-layering (MSL) system was used to demonstrate the fate of effluent
organic matter in wastewater effluent. It is important to investigate the fate of organic matter
characteristics to decide post-treatment requirements and determine the impact of residual organic
matter on the aquatic environment after a MSL system. Results showed that most of the dissolved
organic matter containing fluorescence properties was under molecular weight (MW) of 1 kDa,
and MW distribution did not change during infiltration through a MSL system. More than 50% of
dissolved organic carbon removal was achieved, and biodegradation plays an important role in the
performance of a MSL system.
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