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Study on Discharge Characteristics of Water Pollutants among Industrial Wastewater per Industrial Classification and the Probability Evaluation
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Study on Discharge Characteristics of Water Pollutants among Industrial Wastewater per Industrial Classification and the Probability Evaluation
Ahn, Tae-ung; Kim, Won-ky; Son, Dae-hee; Yeom, Ick-tae; Kim, Jae-hoon; Yu, Soon-ju;
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 Abstract
Information on the lists of pollutants from industrial wastewater discharge are essential not only to specify the key pollutants to be managed in permission process but to design the treatment facilities by the dischargers. In this study, wastewater quality analysis was conducted for three industrial categories including the specified hazardous water pollutants. The general description of the wastewater occurrence, major sources, treatment facilities are also investigated to obtain integrated database on the pollutant inventories for the industrial categories. In addition Based on the analysis of raw wastewater and final effluent, the detected pollutant items are confirmed by analyzing their presence in the raw or supplement materials, the potential of formation as byproducts, and the possibility of inclusion as impurities. The three industrial categories include petrochemical basic compounds, basic organic compounds, and thermal power generation. The water pollutants emitted from petrochemical basic compound manufacturing facilities are 31 items including 16 specified hazardous water pollutants. Basic organic compound manufacturing facilities discharge 30 kinds of pollutants including 14 specified hazardous water pollutants. Thermal power generation facilities emit 20 pollutants, 8 specified hazardous water pollutants among them. These substances were decided as emission inventories of water pollutants finally through the probability evaluation. The compounds detected for each categories are screened through investigation on the possible causes of their occurrence and confirmed as the final water pollutant inventories.
 Keywords
Industrial Wastewater;Water Pollutants;Specified Hazardous Water Pollutants;Discharge Inventories;Probability Evaluation;
 Language
Korean
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