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Shiziazhuang Seminar, Hebei (English version)

Thursday, July 28, 2011

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Shiziazhuang Seminar,  Hebei (English version)

  In the last July,18th,  at the  Institute of Environmental  Sciences,Shijiazhuang, with the participation and co-sponsored by the  Shijiazhuang High-tech Industrial Development Zone Water Supply and Wastewater Drainage and Treatment, included in the “2011 Forum on pharmaceutical water treatment technology,”  and the participation of the Department of Environmental Protection from Hebei Province, the Shijiazhuang High-tech Industrial Development [...]

Shiziazhuang Seminar, Hebei

Thursday, July 28, 2011


Shiziazhuang Seminar,  Hebei

医药废水处理新技术论坛于石家庄召开   中国水工业网讯:2011年7月18日由石家庄市环境科学学会和石家庄高新技术产业开发区供水排水公司联合主办的《2011医药废水处理新技术论坛》在石家庄高新技术产业开发区污水处理厂隆重召开。来自河北省环保厅、石家庄高新技术产业开发区管委会、石家庄市环保局、石家庄市高新区环保分局、石家庄市各污水处理厂、石家庄各制药集团、全国各地环保人士共计90多人到会,认真聆听了来自欧洲的废水处理专家Antonio Ferreira博士关于医药废水处理新技术的技术讲座,并进行了技术交流。   Antonio Ferreira博士为参会人员介绍了GREENLINE污水深度处理技术和先进的美国专利技术(JET-LOOP  SYSTEM)超级生化反应器。   GREENLINE系统主要应用太阳能,完全的低能耗、高质量地处理污水、垂直化安装节省占地面积,封闭高速率微藻产生系统,主要应用于对氮磷的去除,能有效地进行土壤整治及河水湖泊水质净化。   美国专利技术(JET-LOOP  SYSTEM)超级生化反应器以空气中的氧气此作为氧的来源,空气通过喷射器被泵入一个生物反应器,喷射器将污水和空气充分混合,空气在污水中较长的停留时间与非常完美的微气泡充分混合,在污水中创建了较高的溶解氧浓度,溶解氧浓度高达毫克升。喷射器创造了最有效和最高扩散的溶解氧。体积溶解氧系数和充氧能力都非常高,高于55%的饱和浓度,反应器好氧处理加强了高浓度的活性生物的繁殖和提升了看不到到的溶解氧浓度,极大的提高了生化效率。   现代人肩负着传承社会责任,演绎生态文明的使命,环保人士开展“制药废水处理新技术论坛”,为的是追求废水处理新技术为石家庄高新区乃至中国今后的建设发展服务,为的是提高水资源利用率,以实现经济的良性发展。   本次论坛的召开,为石家庄市利用先进废水处理技术,加强污水治理、污水回用的研究、循环利用水资源,将有重要的推动作用。(凌云) . . Download the article read the English version

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