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Overland flow treatment of swine lagoon effluent

Joseph Owen Boda

Overland flow treatment of swine lagoon effluent

by Joseph Owen Boda

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sewage lagoons.

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    Statementby Joseph Owen Boda.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[15], 148 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages148
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    Open LibraryOL14229736M

    Overland flow treatment of swine manure lagoon effluent. By. Abstract. The research upon which this publication is based was supported by funds provided by the United States Department of Interior, Office of Water Resources Research, as authorized under the Water Resources Research Act of lagoon. Typically, the lagoon effluent contained an annual average of mg litre–1 of total Kjeldahl nitrogen (TKN), mg litre–1 of NH4+-N, 0 NO 2 –-N and NO3 –-N, mg COD litre–1, and a pH of Overland flow treatment The treatment unit consisted of a 4 × m plot with 2% slope (Fig. 1). The sides and bottom of the unit.

    effective treatment of anaerobic lagoon effluent. This study is part of a larger project to evaluate the sequencing of different land treatment methods (constructed wetlands, overland flow, and media filters) for renovation of swine wastewater in North Carolina (Humenik et aI., ). MATERIALS AND METHODS Gravel Characterization Anal):ses. Overland Flow Treatment of Swine Lagoon Effluent by Joseph Owen Boda A THESIS submitted to Oregon State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science Completed September 2, Commencement June

    overland flow treatment system when raw wastewater was treated; however, suspended solids standards were often ex ceeded when algae-laden lagoon effluent was treated. AQUACULTURE, WETLANDS A review of research conducted on water hyacinths for wastewater treatment was presented by Reddy and Sutton32 along with the design criteria for such systems. A farm scale test of nitrogen assimilation by vegetated buffer systems receiving swine lagoon effluent by overland flow. Transactions ASABE. Progress 01/01/06 to 12/31/06 Outputs Some additional changes and modifications, to improve operational characteristics, were made to the pilot scale system for treating manure flushed from dairy.


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Overland flow treatment of swine lagoon effluent by Joseph Owen Boda Download PDF EPUB FB2

Treatments included a control with no nutrient additions, NH4NO3 at kg N ha(-1) yr(-1), and swine lagoon effluent at, and kg N ha(-1) yr(-1). Effluent was applied using an overland now technique, The highest lagoon effluent rate added N at 4 times and P at 11 times the normally recommended rates for these forage grasses.

Overland flow, on slopes of 5 and 11%, was used as a means of treating wastewater effluent from the second cell of a swine waste anaerobic lagoon system. Wastewater samples from both surface runoff and soil percolate (depths of, and m) were collected and analyzed for TKN-N, NH4-N, ON-N, NO3-N, pH, COD, K, EC, and TP-P.

Overland flow treatment of swine lagoon effluent Public Deposited. Analytics × Add Effluent from an anaerobic swine manure lagoon was applied at the upper end of six, feet ( m) long by 3 feet (m) wide, grass-covered plots which sloped about 3 percent.

The objectives were to measure concentration attenuation and mass reduction of Cited by: 4. Overland flow treatment of swine lagoon effluent. Abstract. Graduation date: Effluent from an anaerobic swine manure lagoon was applied at\ud the upper end of six, feet ( m) long by 3 feet (m) wide,\ud grass-covered plots which sloped about 3 percent.

to measure concentration attenuation and mass reduction of potential. In contrast, almost all samplings of shallow groundwater under the buffers receiving N only from the overland flow applied swine lagoon effluent showed nitrate (NO(3-)N) concentrations 20 and 30 m.

Overland flow treatment of swine manure lagoon effluent Public Deposited. Analytics × Add. the buffers r eceiving N only from the overland flow applied swine lagoon effluent showed nitrate (NO 3 − N) concentrations 20 and 30 m downslope to be lower than 10 mg L − 1 (drinking water.

“Denitrification From a Swine Lagoon Overland Flow Treatment System at a Pasture-Riparian Zone Interface.” Journal of Environmental Quality, v30, no.2, March-April (): In manure disposal systems, denitrification is a major pathway for N loss and to.

Bioresour Tech no. 1 (): In order to determine the effects of lagoon effluent application on soil chemical properties, swine lagoon effluent was applied to land with a 10% slope by an overland flow irrigation system on hybrid bermudagrass (Cynodon dactylon L.

The system consists of a covered anaerobic lagoon for primary treatment and a conventional lagoon for water storage. TP, OP, COD, TOC, TS, and VS were reduced by 74, 58, 94, 93, 75, and 87% respectively in the covered anaerobic lagoon, and by 62, 58, 28, 18, 23, and 27% respectively in the storage lagoon when the pits were discharged every.

C.R. Lee, R.E. PetersOverland flow treatment of a municipal lagoon effluent for reduction of nitrogen, phosphorus, heavy metals and coliforms Proc.

Inter. Conf. on Developments in Land Methods of Wastewater Treatment Utilization, Paper No. 13, International Association on Water Pollution Research, Melbourne, Australia (). Overland flow systems can remove significant amounts of nitrogen. Humenik et al. () obtained 35% N removal from swine lagoon wastewater treated on m overland flow plots with a cm/dayhydraulic loading.

With our system, a mass loading rate was applied at g NH3-N/m2. Improperly sized or managed waste treatment systems can cause odor and water pollution problems. Our objective was to compare the mass removal of nitrogen from swine wastewater by the current technology that uses anaerobic lagoon treatment with alternative technologies using constructed wetlands, overland flow, and media filter.

The overland flow system consisted of a 4 x m plot with 2% slope with a subsurface impermeable barrier receiving a total N loading rate of kg N ha-1 day Total N removal efficiency.

In manure disposal systems, denitrification is a major pathway for N loss and to reduce N transport to surface and ground water. We measured denitrification and the changes in soil N pools in a liqui. Swine wastewater was treated in aerated, suspended bioreactors with a 15% (w/v) pellet concentration using batch and continuous flow treatment.

Alkalinity was supplemented with inorganic carbon to maintain the liquid pH within an optimum range (). In batch treatment, only 14 h were needed for nitrification of NH{sub 4}{sup +}.

A media filter was constructed to treat swine wastewater after anaerobic lagoon treatment. The media filter consisted of a tank (m-diameter x m-height) filled with marl gravel. We evaluated three surface-flow wetland systems constructed for treatment of swine wastewater in Duplin Co., North Carolina, in Each system consisted of two x m cells connected in.

Anaerobic swine lagoons are earthen structures used in the southeastern United States to store and treat swine manure on the farm ().Lagoon treatment relies on anaerobic bacteria to break down organic matter in manure, which reduces odor and solid content and makes liquid manure (supernatant) easier to.

An invited presentation on overland flow treatment of swine lagoon wastewater was made to the Georgia Pork Producers at the Georgia Pork Congress in Perry, GA, on J Impacts (N/A) Publications. Hubbard, R.K., Newton, G.

Evaluation of an overland flow vegetated buffer treatment system for swine lagoon effluent (abstract). A media filter and an overland flow system achieved mean indicator constructed wetland treatment of swine lagoon wastewater effluent can reduce this protozoan parasite indicator by log10' ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank Prof Frank Humenik and Mr Mark Rice from the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering at North Carolina State.Table Treatment of lagoon swine waste water with overland flow.

Total N Application Evaluation Total N Removal NO 3-N Recovery, Year Rates, Kg/ha/day1 Period, days Efficiency, %2 %3 64 85 35 7 99 60 42 7 1Total N = TKN + NO 3-N. (Inflow nitrate concentration = 0).OVERLAND FLOW CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION Background When the second edition of the Technology Transfer Process Design Manual for Land Treatment of Municipal Wastewater [1] was published in Octoberthe overland flow (OF) process was just beginning to gain recognition as an effective wastewater treatment alternative.