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Comparison of O3+ GAC, O3+H2O2+GAC, and GAC unit operation on natural organic matter and taste and odor causing compounds removal using a pilot plant study

Title
Comparison of O3+ GAC, O3+H2O2+GAC, and GAC unit operation on natural organic matter and taste and odor causing compounds removal using a pilot plant study
Author
조용식
Keywords
advanced oxidation processes (AOPs); GAC; geosmin; hydrogen peroxide; NOM; 2-MIB
Issue Date
2015-12
Publisher
International Water Association Publishing
Citation
Water Science and Technology: Water Supply, v. 15, NO 6, Page. 1383-1395
Abstract
Removal of natural organic matter (NOM) and taste and odor problems in drinking water are a sensitive issue in municipal water treatment plants. This study investigated the effectiveness of ozone (O-3) + granular activated carbon (GAC), O-3 + hydroperoxide (H2O2) + GAC, and GAC processes using a pilot scale plant to remove NOM and geosmin (50-1,000 ng/L), and 2-methylisoborneol (2-MIB: 50-300 ng/L). In the O-3 + GAC process, NOM-related parameters showed an average of 52% dissolved organic carbon (DOC) removal from 2 mg/L DOC influent, 99.3% haloacetic acids (HAAs) removal from 0.097 mg/L HAAs influent, and 100% removal from 0.05 mg/L bromide influent. Taste and odor removal rates were 94-100% for geosmin and 87-100% for 2-MIB. The O-3 + H2O2 + GAC process removed an average of 55% DOC, 99.7% HAAs, 100% bromate, 94-100% geosmin, and 93-100% 2-MIB. The GAC process removed 46% DOC, 98.3% HAAs, 100% bromate, 83-100% geosmin, and 81-100% 2-MIB. Based on a comparison of the efficiencies and an economic analysis, the O-3 + H2O2 + GAC process was determined to be the optimal system for removing NOM and taste and odor compounds.
URI
http://ws.iwaponline.com/content/15/6/1383http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11754/29549
ISSN
1606-9749
DOI
10.2166/ws.2015.102
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COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING[S](공과대학) > CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING(건설환경공학과) > Articles
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