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JIAN-LONG WANG, XIN-MIN ZHAN, YE-CHENG FENG, YI QIAN. Effect of Salinity Variations on the Performance of Activated Sludge System[J]. Biomedical and Environmental Sciences, 2005, 18(1): 5-8.
Citation: JIAN-LONG WANG, XIN-MIN ZHAN, YE-CHENG FENG, YI QIAN. Effect of Salinity Variations on the Performance of Activated Sludge System[J]. Biomedical and Environmental Sciences, 2005, 18(1): 5-8.

Effect of Salinity Variations on the Performance of Activated Sludge System

Funds:  国家自然科学基金(Grant 29637010,59978020,50325824)
  • Objective To investigate the influence of salinity variations on the performance of activated sludge systems, treating domestic wastewater. Methods The completely mixed reactor was used and operated in a batch-wise mode. The activated sludge taken from the Gaobeidian Wastewater Treatment Plant was used as a seeding sludge. Total organic carbon (TOC), oxygen uptake rate (OUR) and suspended solids (SS) were used as parameters to characterize the performance of the treatment systems. TOC was measured using a TOC-analyzer (TOC-5000, Japan). The OUR value was measured with a dissolved oxygen meter (YSI model-58). SS was measured gravimetrically. Results The TOC removal efficiency and the OUR value of activated sludge were not deteriorated when the NaCl shock concentration was less than 0.5 g/L. However, when the NaCl shock concentrations were up to 10g/L and 20 g/L, the OUR of activated sludge was reduced by 35% and TOC removal efficiency was dropped by 30%, compared with the control experiment without NaCl shock loading. Conclusion The effect of NaCl shock loading on the activated sludge wastewater treatment system is dependant upon the NaCl concentrations and the degree of influence can be inferred through the change of substrate utilization rate at different shock NaCl loadings.
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Effect of Salinity Variations on the Performance of Activated Sludge System

Funds:  国家自然科学基金(Grant 29637010,59978020,50325824)

Abstract: Objective To investigate the influence of salinity variations on the performance of activated sludge systems, treating domestic wastewater. Methods The completely mixed reactor was used and operated in a batch-wise mode. The activated sludge taken from the Gaobeidian Wastewater Treatment Plant was used as a seeding sludge. Total organic carbon (TOC), oxygen uptake rate (OUR) and suspended solids (SS) were used as parameters to characterize the performance of the treatment systems. TOC was measured using a TOC-analyzer (TOC-5000, Japan). The OUR value was measured with a dissolved oxygen meter (YSI model-58). SS was measured gravimetrically. Results The TOC removal efficiency and the OUR value of activated sludge were not deteriorated when the NaCl shock concentration was less than 0.5 g/L. However, when the NaCl shock concentrations were up to 10g/L and 20 g/L, the OUR of activated sludge was reduced by 35% and TOC removal efficiency was dropped by 30%, compared with the control experiment without NaCl shock loading. Conclusion The effect of NaCl shock loading on the activated sludge wastewater treatment system is dependant upon the NaCl concentrations and the degree of influence can be inferred through the change of substrate utilization rate at different shock NaCl loadings.

JIAN-LONG WANG, XIN-MIN ZHAN, YE-CHENG FENG, YI QIAN. Effect of Salinity Variations on the Performance of Activated Sludge System[J]. Biomedical and Environmental Sciences, 2005, 18(1): 5-8.
Citation: JIAN-LONG WANG, XIN-MIN ZHAN, YE-CHENG FENG, YI QIAN. Effect of Salinity Variations on the Performance of Activated Sludge System[J]. Biomedical and Environmental Sciences, 2005, 18(1): 5-8.

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