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RESEARCH PAPERS : REMOVAL EFFICIENCY OF THE POLLUTANTS BY MULTILAYERED METAL TREATED CARBON FILTER
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  • Journal title : Environmental Engineering Research
  • Volume 9, Issue 5,  2004, pp.193-200
  • Publisher : Korean Society of Environmental Engineering
  • DOI : 10.4491/eer.2004.9.5.193
 Title & Authors
RESEARCH PAPERS : REMOVAL EFFICIENCY OF THE POLLUTANTS BY MULTILAYERED METAL TREATED CARBON FILTER
Oh, Won-Chun; Lee, Ho-Jin; Bae, Jang-Soon;
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 Abstract
A study of the treatment of piggery wastes using a multilayered metal-activated carbon system followed by carbon bed filtration was carried out at bench scale. From the physicochemical properties obtained from samples treated with aqueous solutions containing metallic ions such as Ag, Cu, Na, K and Mn, main inspections are subjected to isothem shape, pore distribution with micropore, SEM and EDX. Multilayered metal-activated carbons were contacted to waste water to inwestigate the simultaneous catalytic effect for the COD, BOD, T-N and T-P removal. From these removal performance was achieved. The high efficiency of the multilayered metal-activated carbon bed, satisfactory removal performance was achieved. The high efficiency of the multilayered metal-activated carbon bed was derermined by the properties of this material for trapping, catalytic effect and adsorption of organic solid particles.
 Keywords
metal-activated carbon;isotherm;SEM;EDX;COD;BOD;T-N;T-P;
 Language
English
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