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Title: Environment-Friendly Technology of Airport’s Sewerage
Authors: Шаманський, Сергій Йосипович
Бойченко, Сергій Валерійович
Keywords: airport
Waste management
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Springer International Publishing
Citation: Shamanskyi S., Boichenko S. (2018) Environment-Friendly Technology of Airport’s Sewerage. In: Karakoç T., Colpan C., Şöhret Y. (eds) Advances in Sustainable Aviation. Springer, Cham. Shamanskyi, S., & Boichenko, S. (2017). Environment-friendly technology of airport's sewerage. Advances in sustainable aviation (pp. 161-175) doi:10.1007/978-3-319-67134-5_11 Retrieved from
Series/Report no.: Advances in Sustainable Aviation;
Abstract: There is a proposed new environmentally friendly technology of airport’s sanitary sewage water treatment, which allows improving the quality of the treated sewage water, diminishing harmful impacts on environment during sewage sludge utilization, and obtaining additional amount of alternative energy sources. Within the bounds of this technology, there is a proposal to organize two additional processes. The first one is a process of microalgae cultivation, using mechanically and biologically treated sewage water as a growing medium. For cultivation, there is a proposed culture of microalgae with high lipid content. It allows improving the quality of treated water and producing liquid biofuel out of the cultivated algae. A new construction of photobioreactor is proposed there. This construction allows intensifying the cultivation process. The second one is the process of anaerobic digestion of sewage sludge along with biomass, which remains as waste product after biofuel production out of cultivated microalgae. The digestion is proposed to conduct in special installations, using new method to organize it. The method allows obtaining environmentally friendly organic fertilizer, biogas with increased methane content and carbon dioxide, which can be used for microalgae cultivation process.
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