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Effective Application Method for Pollution Mitigation Facility of Highway Runoff
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 Title & Authors
Effective Application Method for Pollution Mitigation Facility of Highway Runoff
Lee, Yong-Bok; Choi, Sang-Il; Jung, Hyun-Gyu; Bae, Sei-Dal; Jung, Sun-Kook;
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 Abstract
To build environmentally friendly highways, we testes suitability for unique characteristics of pollution mitigation facility around the highways by evaluating optimal selections and implementation methodologies to minimize loan of non-point pollution substances into water-ways. To do this we categorized EIA target highways into three types ; big drainage basin, small drainage basin, and bridge section as to minimize non-point pollution of highway runoff. The terms of selected facility test based on the Natural and Manufactured Treatment Device were removal efficiency of TSS, BOD, COD, T-N, T-P, compatibility of site selection, economic feasibility, maintenance convenience, and the final mitigation facility.
 Keywords
Non-point source pollution mitigation facility;Highway;Catchment basin area;
 Language
Korean
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