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A Study on the Odor Characteristics and Identification of Microbial in Biological Swine Manure Treatment Process by Bioreactor
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Odor Characteristics and Identification of Microbial in Biological Swine Manure Treatment Process by Bioreactor
Ko, Joon-il; Park, Gui-hwan; Bae, Ju-soon; Oh, Gil-young; Chung, Seon-yong;
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 Abstract
A bioreactor filling with pellets and stones was equipped to the swine manure treatment system, which is expected to emit high concentration of odor in the process of the organic wastewater treatment system, and in comparison with the activated sludge process as the control process, the reactor operation state, treatment water quality and odor emission concentration were measured. The reactor using the bioreactor proved to be much more stable in the bubble condition, treatment water transparency, etc, and BOD removal efficiency was also much better. The removal efficiency of T-N and T-P, however, showed little difference in the two reactors. Odor, as a result of examining , concentratio, and complex odor, was 4 times to 24 times less emitted in the system using bioreactor than in the activated sludge system. , methyl mercaptan, dimethyl sulfide, and dimethyl disulfide were not found or were found in only 5 ppbs in each reactor and showed little difference between the two reactors. In the bioreactor process, Bacillus sp./ Pseudomonas sp. species were mainly found and in the activated sludge process, acterium sp. Chryseobacterium sp. species were mainly found.
 Keywords
Bioreactor;Swine Manure;Odor Emission;Activated Sludge System;Complex Odor;
 Language
Korean
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