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 Title & Authors
Advanced Treatment of Shipboard Sewage by RCM Process with BM
Ha, Shin-Young; Kim, In-Soo;
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 Abstract
Lab scale experiment was carried out to study biological wastewater treatment technology developed for shipboard. RCM process using BM(Beneficial Microorganisms) was investigated for practical application on shipboard sewage treatment. RCM process is an environmental friendly treatment system, with minimum production of sludge. In the test, BOD5, CODcr, T-N and T-P were reduced a 96%, 97%, 78% and 81.68% respectively. From the result it was suggested that RCM process with BM might be a suitable process for shipboard sewage treatment, maintenance of useful microorganisms and creating special environment as the SDC tank is circulating in the non-biodegradable organics sludge generated during the wastewater treatment, thus reducing the amount of sludge generated. Therefore, the RCM process does not require additional equipment to strengthen it to meet the marine pollution standards.
 Keywords
BM;shipboard sewage;RCM(Rumen Cometabolism)Process;advanced wastewater treatment;Changes of microbial;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
1.
선박용 오수처리를 위한 SMSBR에서 ORP가 T-N 제거율에 미치는 영향,정진희;윤영내;이슬기;이승철;한영립;정병길;최영익;

한국환경기술학회지, 2015. vol.16. 5, pp.376-382
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