MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 246, 20182018 International Symposium on Water System Operations (ISWSO 2018)
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Section||Parallel Session I: Water Resources System|
|Published online||07 December 2018|
The effect of ecological restoration based artificial reoxygenation on water quality Improvement of urban river water
1 College of Resource Environment and Tourism, Capital Normal University, Beijing, 100037, China
2 China Sciences MapUniverse Technology Co., Ltd (MAPUNI), Beijing, 100101, China
3 Beijing Zhongkeyuqing Environmental Protection Technology Co., Ltd, Beijing, 100101, China
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Urban river pollution sources such as Combined Sewer Overflows (CSOs) or Illegally Discharging of Industrial Waste (IDIW) are generally hard to control on-site and cause serious water quality degradation problems across the nation. Therefore developing effective in-situ remediation techniques for urban rivers is of great interest. In this research we combined river reoxygenation, artificial floating island and microbial agents technologies (O-AFI-MA) to developed a comprehensive in-situ remediation technique and obtained water quality data from Sunhe River case study to evaluate its effectiveness. Our discovery indicates that the O-AFI-MA technique effectively improves water quality by reducing chemical oxygen demand (CODCr), total phosphorous (TP), ammonium nitrogen (NH4+-N) level by 45.9%, 61.31, 7.66% respectively and our technique enhances the natural degradation rate by raising the dissolved oxygen (DO) level from 2.8mg/L to 10mg/L upstream. The case study suggests that the sediment accumulation from CSOs and the subsequent internal source release causes great water quality degradation for Sunhe River. We also tested combinatory microbial agents, physical adsorption and multimedia bio-filter bed technologies independently on site to improve the ammonium nitrogen and total phosphorous removal rate of our technique, and the multimedia bio-filter bed is found to be most effective.
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