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In Situ Iron-manganese Removal by an Oxygenated Water Injection-and-extraction Technique in a Riverbank Filtration System
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  • Journal title : The Journal of Engineering Geology
  • Volume 25, Issue 3,  2015, pp.339-347
  • Publisher : The Korea Society of Engineering Gelolgy
  • DOI : 10.9720/kseg.2015.3.339
 Title & Authors
In Situ Iron-manganese Removal by an Oxygenated Water Injection-and-extraction Technique in a Riverbank Filtration System
Yi, Myeong-Jae; Cha, Jang-Hwan; Jang, Ho-June; Ahn, Hyun-suk; Hahn, Chan; Kim, Yongsung;
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 Abstract
Riverbank filtration has been suggested as a cost-effective method for improving water quality. However, high concentrations of Fe2+ and Mn2+ cause problems for the use of water and the maintenance of facilities. We evaluated the effectiveness and efficiency of an Fe2+ and Mn2+ removal technique based on the in situ injection of highly oxygenated water at a site on the Anseong River, between Anseong City and Pyeongtaek City, Gyeonggi Province. The removal process consists of three steps: injection, resting, and extraction. Results show that the removal efficiency increases with repeated application of the process. The amount of Fe-reduced drinking water satisfying water regulations (limit, 0.3 mg/L Fe) obtained using oxygenated water injection was five times higher than the amount of injected oxygenated water. Levels of Mn2+ were also reduced following the injection of oxygenated water.
 Keywords
oxygenated water;iron-manganese removal;riverbank filtration;injection-and-extraction technique;
 Language
Korean
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