JOURNAL BROWSE
Search
Advanced SearchSearch Tips
A Study on the Removal of Nitrogen and Phosphorus by Operation Mode for Livestock Wastewater Treatment Post-process Using SBR
facebook(new window)  Pirnt(new window) E-mail(new window) Excel Download
 Title & Authors
A Study on the Removal of Nitrogen and Phosphorus by Operation Mode for Livestock Wastewater Treatment Post-process Using SBR
Choi, Gun-Youl; Lee, Young-Shin;
  PDF(new window)
 Abstract
This study examined the removal efficiency of the nitrogen and phosphorus in order to compensate for the combined process of ATAD(Autothermal Thermophilic Aaerobic Digestion) and EGSB(Expended Granular Sludge Bed), which are treatment methods for livestock wastewater, by introducing SBR(Sequencing Batch Reactor) as post-treatment process. The analysis on the treatment efficiency of each operation mode showed that, in the case of T-N, the treatment efficiency were 67.1% and 74.2% for Run-1 and Run-2, respectively, and in the case of T-P, the values were 71.2 and 74.1, respectively, which are indicating that the treatment efficacy is higher in the condition of Run-1, in which the time period of Anoxic and Aerobic segments were increased. In addition, the result of analyzing removal characteristics of nitrogen and phosphorus by Influx load showed that removal efficiency of nitrogen was better in the case of high influx load than in the case of low influx load. Regardless of Influx load, phosphorus showed constant influx concentration, so that removal efficiency of phosphorus was influenced littler by Influx load than that of nitrogen. This study also fed methanol as an external carbon source and performed experiment to induce denitrification under anoxic condition by using nitrate among nitrogen compounds of SBR reactor, and the results showed that intermittent feeding was more effective in Nitrogen Removal than composite feeding.
 Keywords
livestock;SBR;sluge adaptable;external carbon;operation mode;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
 References
1.
Woo, H. J., Jun, B. H., Im, J. H. : Determination of ORP control structure to control aeration pefiod in SBR for piggery wastewater treatmen. Journal of Korea Society on Water Quality, 19(1), 9-16, 2003

2.
Yu, J. W., Lee, Y. S. : A study on treatment for Livestock wastewater using EGSB and ATAD. Journal of Korea Society of Environmental Engineers, 1(2), 945-950, 2005

3.
Lee, S. K., Song, Y. I., Kwak, P. J. : The change of organics and nutrients according to aerobic condition in SBR process. Water and Waste Water Treatment, 9(3), 89-97, 2001

4.
Park, Y. S., Jeong, N. S., Kim, D. S. : A comparison of nutrients removal characteristics by the variation of organics in $A_2O$ SBR and $A_2O$ SBBR for the small sewerage system. Korea Journal of Environmental Health, 8(5), 451-461, 2002

5.
Standard Methods. Donghwa publication, 2001

6.
APHA : Standard methods for exa mination of water and wastewater. 20th ed, APPA, Washington, 1998

7.
Shin, S. W., Ji, D. H., Lee, J. K., Lee, K. H. : Comparison of nitrogen removal characteristics and nitrification/denitrification rate in SBR using real and synthetic wastewater. Journal of Korea Society of Water Science and Technology, 15(2), 47-55, 2007

8.
Hong, J. H., Kim, S. I. : Removal of nitrogen and phosphorus by change of operation cycle in SBR process. Applied Chemistry, 6(2), 771-774, 2002

9.
Lee, K. H., Lee, J. K. : Characteristics of nitrogen state with the variation of time distribytion in SBR procee. Korean Sociery of Civil Engineers, 25(2B), 173-179, 2005

10.
Jun, B. H., Poo, K. M., Choi, E. H., Lee, H. I., Kim, C. W. : High-performance SBR operation by optimized feeding method of external carbon source for piggery wastrwater treatment. Journal of Korea Society of Environmental Engineers, 3(11), 1957-1964, 2002

11.
Han, G. B., Park, D. K., Lee, H. G. : Study on behavior of organic, nitrogen, and phosphorus in the sequencing batch reactor. Journal of Korea Environmental Science Society, 6(5), 521-529, 1997

12.
Rivas, F. J., Beltran, F. J., Gimeno, O., Alvarez, P. : Opyimisation of Fenton's reagent usage as a pretreatment for fermentation brines. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 96(2-3), 277-290, 2003 crossref(new window)

13.
Bernet, N., Delgenes. N., Akunna, J. C., Delgenes, J. P., Moletta, R. : Combined anaerobic-aerobic SBR for the treatment of piggery wastewater. Water Research, 34(2), 611-619, 2000 crossref(new window)

14.
Ra, C. S., Lo, K. V., Shin, J. S., Oh, J. S., Hong, B. J. : Biological nutrient removal with an internal organic carbon source in piggery wastewater treatmant. Water Research, 34(3), 965-973, 2002 crossref(new window)