Anatomy of chemically enhanced sewage settling by particle size distribution analysis

Seyda Duba*, Seval Sözen, Serdar Dogruel, Tugba Olmez-Hanci, Goksin Ozyildiz, Emine Cokgor, Derin Orhon

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BACKGROUND: This study investigated the anatomy of organic carbon (as chemical oxygen demand, COD) removal from sewage through chemically assisted settling, by means of particle size distribution (PSD) analysis: it showed which size fractions were affected, aside from the particulate COD. The experiments were conducted on the effluent of the existing preliminary treatment plant before deep-sea discharge into the Bosphorus. FeCl3, alum and polyaluminum chloride (PAC) were used as coagulants at different doses. The performance of the coagulants on the effluent COD was interpreted with PSD. RESULTS: PAC at 25 mg L−1, selected as the optimum coagulant, reduced COD below soluble COD level, to around 145 mg L−1, with an overall efficiency of more than 70%. Although chemical settling was most effective on particulate COD at >450 nm, it also provided a COD removal of 28% in 220–450 nm of the colloidal range and 40% in 13–220 nm of the range, representing soluble hydrolysable COD. The lowest removal rate was observed in the soluble range, consisting of readily biodegradable (only 5%) and a part of the inert COD (<2 nm) identified as 12% – twice as high as ordinary domestic wastewaters, with only 1%. CONCLUSION: PSD and COD fractionation analyses were instrumental in depicting the potential of chemically enhanced settling to reduce COD in the soluble range, identifying the distribution of remaining COD fractions in different size intervals. The results also suggested a novel treatment process with additional membrane filtration, namely membrane chemical reactor, (MCR), reflecting a potential for replacing the conventional activated sludge process.

Orijinal dilİngilizce
Sayfa (başlangıç-bitiş)679-690
Sayfa sayısı12
DergiJournal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology
Hacim98
Basın numarası3
DOI'lar
Yayın durumuYayınlandı - Mar 2023

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The authors would like to express their gratitude to Marmara Municipalities Union and Istanbul Water and Sewerage Administration (ISKI) for their support throughout the study.

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ISKI
Istanbul Water and Sewerage Administration
Marmara Municipalities Union

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