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Efficiency of Nutritive Salts Removal and Algae Growth Inhibition Using a Fibrous Carrier
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  • Journal title : Clean Technology
  • Volume 21, Issue 4,  2015, pp.257-264
  • Publisher : The Korean Society of Clean Technology
  • DOI : 10.7464/ksct.2015.21.4.257
 Title & Authors
Efficiency of Nutritive Salts Removal and Algae Growth Inhibition Using a Fibrous Carrier
Park, Sin-Hae; Kang, Dae-Jong; Yang, Kyeong-Soon; Jeon, Soo-Bin; Oh, Kwang-Joong;
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 Abstract
Conventional physicochemical technologies for algae growth inhibition have economical and environmental pollution problems. This study attempted to overcome the problems by nature-friendly biological inhibition technology using fibrous carrier. The experimental results showed that the most effective carrier material, polyester, exhibited the highest biofilm thickness. The removal efficiency for nutrient salts, such as nitrogen and phosphorous, and algae growth inhibition of polyester carrier was 14.59%, 6.36%, and 77%, respectively, which is higher than for control group. These result indicate that the polyester carrier is available in eutrophic lake.
 Keywords
Polyester;Algae;Nutritive salts;Carrier;Lake;
 Language
Korean
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