Characteristics and research on the attenuation of DOC and nutrients in polluted water of neutralised acid residue from synthetic rutile industry

Zheng Yuan, Yinhe Jiang, Douglas Grant, Laura Wendling

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Abstract

A series analyses have been done to character neutralised acid residue form synthetic rutile industry. Column sorption experiments have been conducted to investigate the attenuation of DOC and nutrients in polluted water using neutralised acid residue form synthetic rutile industry. After 145 d, DOC, TP, PO4-P, TN, NH3-N, NOx-N and DON in neutralised acid residue/sand column eluent are reduced by 88.9%, 94.9%, 99.1%, 63.5%, -107.3%, 71.2% and 77.7%, DOC, TP, PO4-P, TN, NH3-N, NOX-N and DON in sand column eluent are reduced by -0.3%, -50.1%, -44.8%,- 10.8%, -298.2%, 86.3% and -28.5%, respectively. The cumulate removal rate of DOC, TP, PO4-P, TN, NH3-N, NOX-N and DON by neutralised acid residue are 88.9%, 96.6%, 99.4%, 67.1%, 47.9%, -110.1% and 82.7% by calculation, respectively. Neutralised acid residue exhibits good sorption of DOC and nutrients. Neutralised acid residue is testified to be safe by Microtox® test and benefit of reducing the water pollution.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Environmental Technology and Knowledge Transfer
Pages453-457
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2010
MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
Event3rd International Conference on Environmental Technology and Knowledge Transfer - Hefei, China
Duration: 13 May 201014 May 2010

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Conference3rd International Conference on Environmental Technology and Knowledge Transfer
CountryChina
CityHefei
Period13/05/1014/05/10

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Nutrients
Acids
Water
Industry
Sorption
Sand
Water pollution
Experiments

Keywords

  • Characteristics
  • DOC
  • Neutralised acid residue form synthetic rutile industry
  • Nutrient
  • Water pollution amendment

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Yuan, Z., Jiang, Y., Grant, D., & Wendling, L. (2010). Characteristics and research on the attenuation of DOC and nutrients in polluted water of neutralised acid residue from synthetic rutile industry. In Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Environmental Technology and Knowledge Transfer (pp. 453-457)
Yuan, Zheng ; Jiang, Yinhe ; Grant, Douglas ; Wendling, Laura. / Characteristics and research on the attenuation of DOC and nutrients in polluted water of neutralised acid residue from synthetic rutile industry. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Environmental Technology and Knowledge Transfer. 2010. pp. 453-457
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Yuan, Z, Jiang, Y, Grant, D & Wendling, L 2010, Characteristics and research on the attenuation of DOC and nutrients in polluted water of neutralised acid residue from synthetic rutile industry. in Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Environmental Technology and Knowledge Transfer. pp. 453-457, 3rd International Conference on Environmental Technology and Knowledge Transfer, Hefei, China, 13/05/10.

Characteristics and research on the attenuation of DOC and nutrients in polluted water of neutralised acid residue from synthetic rutile industry. / Yuan, Zheng; Jiang, Yinhe; Grant, Douglas; Wendling, Laura.

Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Environmental Technology and Knowledge Transfer. 2010. p. 453-457.

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