어떻게 한국 해양퇴적물을 정화하고 유효활용할까?

Title
어떻게 한국 해양퇴적물을 정화하고 유효활용할까?
Alternative Title
How we could beneficially use and remedy contaminated marine sediments in KOREA?
Author(s)
김경련; 최진영
KIOST Author(s)
Kim, Kyoungrean(김경련)Choi, Jin Young(최진영)
Publication Year
2015-10-14
Abstract
More than 250 remediation methods have been being used separately or combined with one or more method(s) in well developed nations such as USA, European Countries during few decades. In KOREA, the remediation of contaminated marine sediments was originated from 1988. However sustainable remediation methods were very limited, the feasibility of beneficial use and on-site treatment of contaminated marine sediments was focused on in this research in order to solve the scarcity of various treatment and disposal methods in KOREA. Although the remediation mechanism of contaminated marine sediments is similar to that of soil, particle size distribution, high contents of organic matters and the presence of chlorine ions might be also limit factors comparing to the remediation of contaminated soil. If remediation process could be conducted on-site (or immediate area) of target area and if treated sediments might be used beneficially followed by environmental dredging, Korea’s dilemma such as the mass transportation hardship of dredged materials, the lack of treatment area (upland/near shore) and et cetra will not take place.s was originated from 1988. However sustainable remediation methods were very limited, the feasibility of beneficial use and on-site treatment of contaminated marine sediments was focused on in this research in order to solve the scarcity of various treatment and disposal methods in KOREA. Although the remediation mechanism of contaminated marine sediments is similar to that of soil, particle size distribution, high contents of organic matters and the presence of chlorine ions might be also limit factors comparing to the remediation of contaminated soil. If remediation process could be conducted on-site (or immediate area) of target area and if treated sediments might be used beneficially followed by environmental dredging, Korea’s dilemma such as the mass transportation hardship of dredged materials, the lack of treatment area (upland/near shore) and et cetra will not take place.
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/25261
Bibliographic Citation
9th International SedNet Conference, pp.62, 2015
Publisher
European SedNet Conference
Type
Conference
Language
English
Publisher
European SedNet Conference
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Research Interests

Remediation of marine sediments,Development of remediation technologies,Coastal marine environment,해양퇴적물 정화,정화 기술 개발,연안 환경

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