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A Study on Operation Cycle of SBR for the Treatment of Distillery Wastewater
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A Study on Operation Cycle of SBR for the Treatment of Distillery Wastewater
Choi, Yoo Hyun; Eom, Han Ki; Kim, Sung Chul; Joo, Hyun Jong;
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 Abstract
This study aimed to evaluate SBR operation cycle for removing the high-concentration organic matter of distillery wastewater in the ginseng processing plant. The experiment was conducted with the use of a laboratory scale SBR reactor and distillery wastewater as the influent. The results indicated an increase in pH from 4.08 to 7.59 of distillery wastewater after aeration for 2 hours. Also, the optimum SBR operation cycle for the removal of organic matter and nitrogen was 2 hr of aeration and 6 hr of anaerobic conditions. Adjustment of proper pH through aeration time is most critical in the SBR operation for distillery wastewater treatment. In this study, we presented an efficient method for distillery wastewater treatment.
 Keywords
Distillery wastewater;Operation cycle;pH change;SBR;
 Language
Korean
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