Integrated Treatment of Domestic Wastewater Using Anaerobic Filter-Constructed Wetland in Military Camps
This paper studies through project cases the treatment effect of integrated technique of anaerobic filter and constructed wetland on domestic wastewater in military camps, and the method for preventing the blocking of anaerobic filter and constructed wetland packing. The results show that its average removal rate of COD, NH4+-N, TP and SS is 83.1%, 37.5%, 49.8% and 91.5% respectively, with effluent meeting the standard of Grade II in Discharge Standard of Pollutants for Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plant (GB18918-2002); as planned, two anaerobic filters, one for operation and the other laying fallow at a alternate period of 6 months, in combination of the design of spoil disposal, can effectively prevent the packing layer from being blocked; being preprocessed, anaerobic filter can effectively prevent the packing layer of constructed wetland from being blocked; in case of a certain difference in elevation, the integrated technique can achieve unpowered operation. Besides, it is easy to implement and manage at a low operational cost without professional technician, and can treat decentralized domestic wastewater, therefore, is suitable for camps.
Hexing Li, Qunjie Xu and Daquan Zhang
T. Lv et al., "Integrated Treatment of Domestic Wastewater Using Anaerobic Filter-Constructed Wetland in Military Camps", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 356-360, pp. 1331-1334, 2012