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A Study on the Activation of Non-government Participation in Total Maximum Daily Load System using Private Discharge Facilities Reduction Potential Analysis
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A Study on the Activation of Non-government Participation in Total Maximum Daily Load System using Private Discharge Facilities Reduction Potential Analysis
Kim, Hongtae; Shin, Dongseok; Kim, Hyeonjeong; Choi, Inuk; Lee, Miseon; Kim, Yongseok;
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 Abstract
Four major river basin in Korea has been managed with Total Maximum Daily Load(TMDL) System. Water quality indicators as targeted pollutants for TMDL were BOD and TP. In order to satisfy water quality criteria, government allocation using public treatment facilities and its action plan has been used. However, the role to improve water quality were recently faced to its limitation. It is time to require the role of non-government allocation in private discharge facilities to control good water quality. This study investigated three different scenarios in reduction demands of non-government allocations about industry and private sewages. The three different scenarios were discharge under 1) legal water quality standard, 2) water quality level in 2011 and 3) current water quality level with maximum value in group. The results showed that reduction potential in water discharge for TP indicator was 1,118kg/day, under second scenario with 20% of deduction. This results arrived at 42% of whole reduction potential costs and 0.012mg/L improvement in water quality. In conclusion, to intrigue voluntary participation in non-government allocation, various benefits such as tax reduction, tax exemption, and water quality trading should be provided.
 Keywords
Non-government allocation;Private discharge facilities;Reduction potential;Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL);
 Language
Korean
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