Evaluation of Recovery of Aquatic Plants Used in Wastewater Treatment and Discharged as Waste

E. Işıl Arslan Topal [1] , Murat Topal [2] , Erdal Öbek [3]

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In this study, the evaluation of the recovery of aquatic plants used in wastewater treatment and discharged as waste is discussed. There are studies in the literature about the removal of pollutants from wastewaters by using different treatment methods in wastewater treatment. Many treatment methods are used in wastewater treatment as biological processes, chemical treatment, membrane systems and so on. However, such treatment methods are not preferred because of high energy costs and high operating costs, which cannot be applied to all kinds of water bodies. Therefore, natural treatment systems, which do not require much human power, can be applied to almost any kind of water mass with low operating costs and energy costs, can be used for the disposal of pollutants. In natural treatment systems, treatment with aquatic plants is generally used. Because, treatment with aquatic plants are quite economical when compared with other advanced treatment methods. Harvested plants can be evaluated in biogas production and bioethanol production as an alternative fuel. In addition, harvested aquatic plants can be used in biopetrol and biochar production by subjecting to pyrolysis treatment, thus recovering of the discharged wastes can be ensured.  

Aquatic plant, treatment, waste, recovery
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Yazar: E. Işıl Arslan Topal (Sorumlu Yazar)

Yazar: Murat Topal

Yazar: Erdal Öbek

Bibtex @konferans bildirisi { ijmsit359373, journal = {International Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies and Innovative Technologies}, issn = {2602-4888}, eissn = {2602-4888}, address = {SET Teknoloji}, year = {}, volume = {1}, pages = {21 - 23}, doi = {}, title = {Evaluation of Recovery of Aquatic Plants Used in Wastewater Treatment and Discharged as Waste}, key = {cite}, author = {Topal, Murat and Öbek, Erdal and Arslan Topal, E. Işıl} }
APA Arslan Topal, E , Topal, M , Öbek, E . (). Evaluation of Recovery of Aquatic Plants Used in Wastewater Treatment and Discharged as Waste. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies and Innovative Technologies, 1 (1), 21-23. Retrieved from http://dergipark.gov.tr/ijmsit/issue/32341/359373
MLA Arslan Topal, E , Topal, M , Öbek, E . "Evaluation of Recovery of Aquatic Plants Used in Wastewater Treatment and Discharged as Waste". International Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies and Innovative Technologies 1 (): 21-23 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/ijmsit/issue/32341/359373>
Chicago Arslan Topal, E , Topal, M , Öbek, E . "Evaluation of Recovery of Aquatic Plants Used in Wastewater Treatment and Discharged as Waste". International Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies and Innovative Technologies 1 (): 21-23
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