Phosphorus immobilization in Al-drinking water treatment sludge (Al-DWTS) and soil under laboratory conditions
|Title:||Phosphorus immobilization in Al-drinking water treatment sludge (Al-DWTS) and soil under laboratory conditions||Authors:||Li, W.C.
|Permanent link:||http://hdl.handle.net/10197/3121||Date:||Oct-2010||Abstract:||This study assessed the potential reuse of an aluminium coagulated drinking–water treatment sludge (Al–DWTS) as a main substrate in constructed wetland to replace soil for the treatment of P-enriched wastewater. The adsorption isotherm and kinetics of phosphorus (P) removal from high-P solution by Al–DWTS and a local soil from Bailieborough, Ireland, were studied and compared under laboratory conditions. Data of P adsorption were well fitted to the Langmuir and the Freundlich isotherms but the Freundlich isotherm had a higher correlation coefficient. The maximum P adsorption capacity of the Al–DWTS and the soil was 39.4 mg P mg–1 and 9.5 mg P mg–1, respectively, at conditions of pH of 4.0 and temperature of 23 °C. Kinetics studies show that adsorption in both cases followed pseudo-second-order kinetics. The fact that the Al–DWTS exhibited a significantly higher P adsorption capacity at high–P solution compared with the soil suggests that Al–DWTS can be a “novel–waste” bioadsorbent with promising application in wastewater treatment engineering, such as constructed wetland systems.||Funding Details:||Other funder||Type of material:||Journal Article||Publisher:||Taylor & Francis||Copyright (published version):||2010 Taylor & Francis||Keywords:||Adsorption; Alum–drinking water treatment sludge; Phosphorus; Soil; Wastewater treatment||Subject LCSH:||Phosphorus--Absorption and adsorption
Water treatment plant residuals
|DOI:||10.1080/00207233.2010.514095||Language:||en||Status of Item:||Peer reviewed|
|Appears in Collections:||Urban Institute Ireland Research Collection|
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