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Harmful Materials treatment in Shipboard sewage by SBR process with BM
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Harmful Materials treatment in Shipboard sewage by SBR process with BM
Kim, In-Soo; Lee, Eon-Sung; Ha, Shin-Young; Jeong, Kyoung-Chul; Koh, Sung-Cheol;
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 Abstract
Lab scale experiment study was carried out for biological treatment process development in shipboard. SBR(Sequence Batch Reactor) process with BM(Beneficial Microorganisms) was investigated for practical application on shipboard sewage treatment. From the results it was suggested that SBR process with BM might be a suitable process in terms of harmful materials removal. By adding BM to SBR system, the useful species of microorganisms and EPS(Extracellar Polymetric Substances) in sludge was increased. It was found that the biodegrability and harmful organic compounds like VOCs and harmful inorganic compounds like heavy metals. was reduced over 70%. As far as reclamation water is considered, this process is very advantageous to special environments such as cruise ships, because the method of adding BM makes it unnecessary to add other facilities on the SBR system.
 Keywords
SBR;BM;shipboard sewage;sewage treatment;harmful materials;
 Language
Korean
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