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A Study of Ecotoxicity Test for Byproducts of Ozone in the Ballast Water Treatment System with Ozonation
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A Study of Ecotoxicity Test for Byproducts of Ozone in the Ballast Water Treatment System with Ozonation
Park, Sung-Jin; Ha, Shin-Young; Kim, In-Soo;
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 Abstract
Ecological toxicity testing of the whole-effluent from the ozone ballast water treatment system was conducted as specified in the quality assurance project plans (QAPP). The growth inhibition test with microalgae, acute aquatic toxicity test with the Rotifer reproduction, toxicity test (or population growth) with the Rotifer, survival and growth toxicity test with larval fish and sediment toxicity test with amphipod were carried out to evaluate ecological toxicity on the movile test barge.
 Keywords
ozone;ballast water treatment;toxicity test;TRO;DBP;
 Language
English
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