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    Title: Fermented fish production wastewater treatment by constructed wetland system
    人工溼地系統處理魚加工發酵廢水
    Authors: Suwasa Kantawanichkul
    Seni Karnchanawong
    Shuh Ren Jing
    Contributors: Department of Environmental Enfineering,Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, Thailand
    R&D Center of Ecological Engineering and technology, Chia Nan University of Pharmacy and Science, Taiwan
    Keywords: constructed wetland
    natural treatment
    community
    fermented fish production wastewater
    sustainability
    Date: 2007-10-05
    Issue Date: 2018-04-17 14:34:44 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: The objectives of this study was to provide the wastewater treament system for fermented fish production factory which will alleviate the water pollution problem caused by discharging of un-treated wastewater into the lagoon and to demonstrate the constructed wetland technology as on-site solution for treatment of wastewater. The treatment system composed of grease trap, anaerobic tank and 2 constructed wetland beds. After the treament system has been operated, the environment of the factory has been improved as there is no wastewater discharged around the factory anymore. Therefore, the factory has been renovated to approach good sanitation. However, the management policy and regulation must be established by local authority for advantageous operation and maintenance of the systen. The cooperation by community is the most important to make the system sustainability. The characteristics of low costs for construction and maintenance are the important issues for achieving sustainability of the system.
    Appears in Collections:[Research and Development Center of Ecological Engineering and Technology] Proceedings
    [Pharmacy and Science] 2007 Thailand-Taiwan Forum on Ecotechnology for Water Pollution Control

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