E3S Web Conf.
Volume 299, 20214th Annual International Conference on Energy Development and Environmental Protection (EDEP 2021)
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Environmental Science and Engineering|
|Published online||05 August 2021|
Study on Preparation of Perforated Plate and Biofilm Colonization for Municipal Solid Waste Incineration Fly Ash
1 Department of Environmental Engineering, City College, Dongguan University of Technology, No. 1, Wenchang Road, Liaobu Town, Dongguan City, Guangdong Province, China.
2 Nachuan Environmental Protection Technology Co. , Ltd. Address: Room 601, Unit 2, Block B, Fenghua Garden, Dongtai Garden, Dongguan City, Guangdong Province, China
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
At present, municipal solid waste incineration (MSWI) fly ash is mainly based on the solidification agent and then landfilled. How to make the fly ash harmless and reuse it will become an important step in the circular economy. In this study, the fly ash was treated by water extraction and milling to remove the soluble chloride ions and stabilize the heavy metals, and then the perforated plate was prepared by adjusting the composition and sintering technology. Research on biofilm colonization on the perforated plates is expected to achieve the purpose of stabilizing and recycling the fly ash. The fly ash is subjected to a solid-liquid ratio of 1:5 with two-stage water extraction, 2h ball milling, and then mixed at a mass ratio of waste glass powder, Palygorskite powder and the milled fly ash of 7:2:1, and calcined at 850°C for 20 minutes to prepare perforated plate. The results show that the prepared perforated plate has a rough surface, developed internal porosity, and its water absorption rate is 19.5%. The perforated plate is used as the biofilm carrier to be applied to the biological contact oxidation tank, and the natural biofilm colonization method is adopted for the 36-day biofilm culture. The average growth rate of the biofilm on the perforated plate reached 672.22 mg/(L·d), and the maximum microbial biomass was 12.1g/L.
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