Review article of American Journal of Scientific Research and Essays
Research Status of Purification Process of Eutrophicated Water
Lingbing Wu , Anchao Geng, Ying Wang, Bo Wang, Xuan Li
College of Ocean Science and Engineering, Shanghai Martime University,Shanghai 201306, China
There are widespread eutrophication problems in lakes and rivers in China. Eutrophication means that the water body receives too much nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorus, and the organic matter is excessive. When the algae dies, it rots, causing the water quality to deteriorate, thereby causing damage and destruction of the ecological functions of the water, bringing huge use of water resources. loss. While a considerable number of countries or regions use lakes, rivers, etc. as drinking water sources, the problems caused by eutrophication cannot be ignored, and it is urgent to find a reliable and effective method to provide safe water supply. The combination process with ultrafiltration as the core removes algae and has good effects, low energy consumption, simple process and easy control, and has broad application prospects in the future water treatment industry. However, the problem of membrane fouling is still seriously hindering the further development of membrane technology in the water treatment industry.
Keywords: Eutrophication Ultrafiltration technology Algae removal Ultrafiltration combined process
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Lingbing Wu , Anchao Geng, Ying Wang, Bo Wang, Xuan Li.Research status of purification process of eutrophicated water. American Journal of Scientific Research and Essays, 2018 3:12. DOI:10.28933/ajsre-2018-11-0806
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