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Natural Purification Treatment using Soil Brick with Combined Effective Microorganisms and Emergent Plants
Sim, Hagjae; Oh, Yongkeol; Park, Chulhwi; Kang, Wonsu;
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 Abstract
In this study, using soil brick with combined effective microorganisms and emergent plants was identified which it can increase the effect of conservation and improvement of water. Lab-test was consist of four kind of reactors and each of reactors were A(rawwater), B(soil brick), C(emergent plant) and D(soil brick+emergent plant). Iris pseudoacorus, Phargmites australis, Typha angustifolia and Zizania latifolia were used for emergent plant. Evaluation of application on various environment were performed on agricultural waterway and pond. The pH measurement test of soil brick was performed due to evaluate whether a strong alkaline water flows out of the soil brick. Result of lab-test, removal efficiency of D was better than removal efficiency of A presenting 20.9%, 27.9% 21.5%, 33.8% and 58.4% for , , TN, TP and TSS respectively. Removal efficiency of soil brick on agricultural waterway was revealed to be 49.5%, 45.0%, 43.7%, 37.3% and 28.6% for , , TN, TP and TSS respectively. And removal efficiency of soil brick on the pond was revealed to be 12.7%, 10.5%, 9.32%, 10.4% and 36.3% for , , TN, TP and TSS respectively. Result of pH measurement test of soil brick was neutral which was about 6 to 8.
 Keywords
Combined effective microorganism;Emergent plant;Natrual purification;pH mesurement test of soil brick;Soil brick;
 Language
Korean
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