Industrial Wastewater Treatment Containing High Concentration of Ammonia with Low Energy Micro-Bubble Reactor

@inproceedings{Jung2016IndustrialWT,
  title={Industrial Wastewater Treatment Containing High Concentration of Ammonia with Low Energy Micro-Bubble Reactor},
  author={Jae-Ouk Jung and Yong-jun Jung},
  year={2016}
}
This study was carried out to evaluate the feasibility of air-stripping by DIWS(Dip Injection Wet Scrubber) system on high concentration of ammonia wastewater more than 10,000 mg/L. In the case of changing temperature from 30°C to 70°C maintaining pH 12.5 within the 72 hours, the removal efficiency of T-N by the present treatment plant was increased to 90.5% which was initially kept 70.3%. Although the high concentration of T-N with 9,120∼12,955 mg/L was treated by micro-bubble through DIWS… CONTINUE READING

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