E3S Web Conf.
Volume 38, 20182018 4th International Conference on Energy Materials and Environment Engineering (ICEMEE 2018)
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Section||Environmental Science and Environmental Engineering|
|Published online||04 June 2018|
Study on the Enhanced Operation of Self-Ventilation-Based Coupling System for Domestic Wastewater Treatment
Environmental Science Research and Design Institute of Zhejiang Province, Hangzhou 310007 ;
2 Institute of Hydrobiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Wuhan, 430072 ;
3 Zhejiang Greentown LEAP Architecture Design Consulting Company, Hangzhou, 310005
In this study, a new coupling system of biological filter bed and subsurface-flow constructed wetland based on the self-ventilation network was proposed, and the comparative pollutant removal efficiency at low and high influent concentration of the pilot coupling system with different substrates configurations were investigated. The study found that: The comparison system (b) had better removal rates than that of the original system (a), and the removal rate when treating low influent concentration was 74.10%, 94.14%, 73.57% and 69.53%, while in high influent concentration case was 81.30%, 90.28%, 88.57% and 75.36% for CODCr , NH4+ -N, TN and TP, respectively. The removal of the above main water indexes of the comparison system (b) promoted by 11.00%, 11.55%, 2.69% and 8.09% respectively in low influent concentration case and 4.20%, 9.20%, 7.66% and 13.61% respectively in high influent concentration case when comparing to the original system (a), which showed that the optimized configuration of various kinds of substrates was significant and was more beneficial to the degradation and removal of pollutants. The adsorption and interception function of substrates in the constructed wetland was the main way of phosphorus removal. The function of self-ventilation ensured the amount of DO in the coupling system, making the phosphorus removal was less affected comparing to structure of traditional wetland.
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