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|Title:||Effect of used solutions for drinking water supply facilities disinfection to soil|
|Authors:||Rymovskaia, M. V.|
Ramanouski, V. I.
|Citation:||Rymovskaia, M. V. Effect of used solutions for drinking water supply facilities disinfection to soil / M. V. Rymovskaia, V. I. Ramanouski // Proceedings of BSTU. No. 4. – Minsk : BSTU, 2016. – P. 151-155|
|Description:||Use of a composition of active chlorine bleach, calcium and sodium hypochlorite for disinfection of water supply facilities connected with disposal of waste solutions, any variant cau ses their transfer into the environment. The effect of solution for disinfection of drinking water supply facilities using active chlorine and ozone to the ground has been studied in terms of actual and potential dehydrogenase and catalase activity, and biomass plants. The change of the component composition of the soil and the reduction of the respiratory activity of its microbiota using bleach and sodium hypochlorite for disinfection of water supply facilities is studied, while the residual ozone leads to th e activation of orga nic compounds oxidation processes and to less significant transformation of organic matter in the soil. Systematically polluted by waste solution with active chlorine soils must be subjected to remediation, preferably by active soil bacteria or specialized bacterial st rains, which are capable to degradation of orga-nochlorine substances. The use of ozone for the disinfection of drinking water supply facilities will reduce the environmental burden to surrounding area soils.|
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