Role of ozone for the removal of micropollutants and microorganisms in the ozone/MF hybrid process

Byung Soo Oh, Ha Young Jang, Yeon Jung Jung, Yang Hun Choi, Tae Mun Hwang, Joon Wun Kang

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Abstract

The role of ozone for reducing foulants in the membrane process has been studied. In this study, Ibuprofen (IB, a micropollutant) and MS2 bacteriophage (MS2, a microorganism) were tested as two different types of foulant probes to investigate the membrane fouling mechanisms during microfiltration (MF). The extent of fouling in the tested MF process was adequately predicted by the adsorptive fouling model for IB and the internal pore plugging model for MS2 as compared to other classical fouling models. The fouling contributed by both foulants was found to be almost irreversible. In order to reduce the fouling problem during the MF process, several ozone experiments have been conducted: First, to investigate the preventive effect of ozone destructing foulants in the aqueous phase prior to the foulant accumulation on MF; Second, to investigate the treatability of a fouled membrane with ozone. The role of MF filtration in the MF-ozonation hybrid scheme has also been investigated. A slower ozone decay rate, which is a favorable condition from the disinfection perspective, but a lower IB removal rate, which is negative from the oxidative standpoint, was observed during ozonation after the MF process.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAmerican Water Works Association - Water Quality Technology Conference and Exposition 2006
Subtitle of host publicationTaking Water Quality to New Heights
Pages2990-2999
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - 2006 Dec 1
EventWater Quality Technology Conference and Exposition 2006: Taking Water Quality to New Heights - Denver, CO, United States
Duration: 2006 Nov 52006 Nov 9

Publication series

NameAmerican Water Works Association - Water Quality Technology Conference and Exposition 2006: Taking Water Quality to New Heights

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OtherWater Quality Technology Conference and Exposition 2006: Taking Water Quality to New Heights
CountryUnited States
CityDenver, CO
Period06/11/506/11/9

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Microfiltration
Microorganisms
Ozone
fouling
microorganism
ozone
Fouling
Ozonization
membrane
Membranes
Membrane fouling
Bacteriophages
Disinfection
bacteriophage
removal
micropollutant
microfiltration
experiment
disinfection
probe

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Safety, Risk, Reliability and Quality
  • Water Science and Technology
  • Geography, Planning and Development

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Oh, B. S., Jang, H. Y., Jung, Y. J., Choi, Y. H., Hwang, T. M., & Kang, J. W. (2006). Role of ozone for the removal of micropollutants and microorganisms in the ozone/MF hybrid process. In American Water Works Association - Water Quality Technology Conference and Exposition 2006: Taking Water Quality to New Heights (pp. 2990-2999). (American Water Works Association - Water Quality Technology Conference and Exposition 2006: Taking Water Quality to New Heights).
Oh, Byung Soo ; Jang, Ha Young ; Jung, Yeon Jung ; Choi, Yang Hun ; Hwang, Tae Mun ; Kang, Joon Wun. / Role of ozone for the removal of micropollutants and microorganisms in the ozone/MF hybrid process. American Water Works Association - Water Quality Technology Conference and Exposition 2006: Taking Water Quality to New Heights. 2006. pp. 2990-2999 (American Water Works Association - Water Quality Technology Conference and Exposition 2006: Taking Water Quality to New Heights).
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Oh, BS, Jang, HY, Jung, YJ, Choi, YH, Hwang, TM & Kang, JW 2006, Role of ozone for the removal of micropollutants and microorganisms in the ozone/MF hybrid process. in American Water Works Association - Water Quality Technology Conference and Exposition 2006: Taking Water Quality to New Heights. American Water Works Association - Water Quality Technology Conference and Exposition 2006: Taking Water Quality to New Heights, pp. 2990-2999, Water Quality Technology Conference and Exposition 2006: Taking Water Quality to New Heights, Denver, CO, United States, 06/11/5.

Role of ozone for the removal of micropollutants and microorganisms in the ozone/MF hybrid process. / Oh, Byung Soo; Jang, Ha Young; Jung, Yeon Jung; Choi, Yang Hun; Hwang, Tae Mun; Kang, Joon Wun.

American Water Works Association - Water Quality Technology Conference and Exposition 2006: Taking Water Quality to New Heights. 2006. p. 2990-2999 (American Water Works Association - Water Quality Technology Conference and Exposition 2006: Taking Water Quality to New Heights).

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Oh BS, Jang HY, Jung YJ, Choi YH, Hwang TM, Kang JW. Role of ozone for the removal of micropollutants and microorganisms in the ozone/MF hybrid process. In American Water Works Association - Water Quality Technology Conference and Exposition 2006: Taking Water Quality to New Heights. 2006. p. 2990-2999. (American Water Works Association - Water Quality Technology Conference and Exposition 2006: Taking Water Quality to New Heights).