Effects and fate of sewage chlorination products in phytoplankton

  • 55 Pages
  • 0.48 MB
  • 483 Downloads
  • English
by
Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, [Office of Air, Land, and Water Use], Corvallis Environmental Research Laboratory, for sale by the National Technical Information Service] , Corvallis, Or, [Springfield, Va
Sewage -- Purification -- Chlorination, Phytopla
Statementby Harish C. Sikka ... [et al.], Life Science Division, Syracuse Research Corporation
SeriesResearch reporting series
ContributionsSikka, Harish C, Syracuse Research Corporation. Life Sciences Division
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 55 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14209898M

EPA/ July EFFECTS AND FATE OF SEWAGE CHLORINATION PRODUCTS IN PHYTOPLANKTON by Harish C. Sikka Knowlton C. Foote James I. Mangi Edward J. Pack Life Sciences Division Syracuse Research Corporation Syracuse, New York Grant No.

Description Effects and fate of sewage chlorination products in phytoplankton FB2

R Project Officer: David T. Specht Marine Division Corvallis Environmental Research Laboratory Corvallis. Effects and fate of sewage chlorination products in phytoplankton. Corvallis, Or.: Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development [Office of Air, Land, and Water Use], Corvallis Environmental Research Laboratory ; [Springfield, Va.: For sale by the National Technical Information Service], i.e.

(OCoLC) In order to fully evaluate the impact of waste-water chlorination on the aquatic environment, it is necessary that we know effects and fate of chlorination products in the biota. The toxicity of residual chlorine on aquatic life has been extensively investigated and was recently reviewed by Brungs ().

Effects and fate of sewage chlorination products in phytoplankton / by Harish C. Sikka [et al.], Life Sciences Division, Syracuse Research Corporation By Corvallis Environmental Research LaboratoryAuthor: Corvallis Environmental Research Laboratory.

Chlorination is widely Effects and fate of sewage chlorination products in phytoplankton book in wastewater reclamation, however harmful disinfection byproducts (DBPs) may be formed during disinfection.

These DBPs are considered as a potential and important source of endocrine-disruption. In this study, the effects of chlorination on estrogenic and antiestrogenic activities in biologically treated wastewater were evaluated by yeast two-hybrid by: This is a comprehensive examination of the chemistry, environmental impact, and health effects of water chlorination as practiced in the areas of water treatment, wastewater treatment, wastewater disinfection, and cooling water use.

It is the peer-reviewed proceedings of the Sixth Conference on Water Chlorination held in Oak Ridge, volume represents more than merely conference.

Understanding the chemical fate of these by-products is an important first step to understand their environmental significance. Therefore, the main aim of this chapter is to comprehensively review the existing literature on the reactivity of anticancer drugs in the presence of free chlorine and the formation of their by-products.

1. Introduction. Chlorination of treated wastewater has been shown to result in the formation of toxic disinfection by-products (DBPs) (Bayo et al., ; Wang et al., ).Previous studies have identified general toxicity arising from DBPs in wastewaters using bioluminescence assays, and have correlated this to chlorine dose, total nitrogen (TN), inorganic carbon, UV and pH.

Chlorine is a widely used disinfectant which prevents the spread of harmful pathogens when reusing wastewater, but harmful byproducts might be formed and cause adverse ecological and health effects. In this study, the potential effects of chlorination on the genotoxicity of different biologically treated wastewater samples were investigated using the umu test.

For the first time. Fate and Impact of Microplastics in Marine Ecosystems: From the Coastline to the Open Sea brings together highlights from the conference proceedings for MICRO Fate and Impact of Microplastics in Marine Ecosystems: From the Coastline to the Open Sea.

While the presence of microplastics in ecosystems has been reported in the scientific literature since the ’s, many pressing. Winter phytoplankton exhibited slightly lower mortality to chlorine exposure regardless of the temperature, although they also exhibited lower photosynthetic efficiency.

Despite a general absence of significant effect of temperature on the chlorine decay, our results suggest that higher doses of chlorine or longer exposure times may be required. (v) Effects of oil spills (Marine Pollution): Oil and grease are also considered serious pollutants of water.

Oil spills are a major problem in many coastal waters and can kill or adversely affect fish, phytoplankton and zooplankton, and birds and mammals. Oil spills have been reported from various parts of the world. The ubiquitous presence of microplastics in the environment has drawn the attention of ecotoxicologists on its safety and toxicity.

Sources of microplastics in the environment include disintegration of larger plastic items (secondary microplastics), personal care products like liquid soap, exfoliating scrubbers, and cleaning supplies etc.

Indiscriminate usage of plastics and its poor waste. Effects of sewage water on bio-optical properties and primary production of coastal systems in West Australia Article (PDF Available) in Hydrobiologia (1) March with 51 Reads.

However, the pre-chlorination treatment for raw water has been proved to increase the dissolved organic carbon concentration due to the lysis of algae cells and disinfection by-products formation. The impact of water treatment processes on disinfection by-products formation remains complex and variable, as demonstrated by recent literature.

The major causes of water pollution include sewage and other oxygen-demanding wastes, urbanization, agro-chemical wastes, thermal pollution, industrial wastes, nutrient enrichment, acid rain. The Health Avenger sings the praises of Oceans Alive: “ Although it can be argued that there are similar products in the market that claim to deliver all of the above benefits, what makes Oceans Alive stand out is the process used to culture and prepare the marine phytoplankton for human consumption.

If you do a bit of reading on marine. The implementation of sewage diversion has a strong and positive impact on the water quality of studied lagoons. The major ecosystem response is the striking decrease of total phytoplankton biomass. This decrease is associated to changes in phytoplankton diversity and pigment composition, suggesting a shift in the phytoplankton community structure.

Background Chlorine is extensively used as a powerful oxidizing agent in the countries surrounding the Arabian Gulf for water treatments and biofouling control. The usage has been increasing significantly as demand for water grows considerably both in industry and domestic use.

This is due to the fact that it is a well-tested technology, has had a history of long-term worldwide industrial use. Very little research has been done on the effects changing ocean pH has on the food source of shellfish.

However, since one of the issues shellfish have with changing ocean pH is that they have less energy to take care of other vital needs like obtaining food, researching how changing ocean pH affects the phytoplankton could be significant. important factors which limit the present study in measuring effects of sewage pollution abatement on phytoplankton production and standing crop in Hillsborough Bay.

In Octoberthe Corps of Engineers ini tia ted a ship channel deepening and ~idening project throughout the Tampa Bay system.

Dredging was originally. The cleaning products industry has devoted enormous effort over the last thirty years to understand the environmental fate and effects of the ingredients contained in its cleaning products.

The focus has been related to the removal of ingredients in municipal wastewater treatment and the fate of. effects on shellfish feeding on Prorocentrum sp., and there are also reports that P. cordatum caused mortal-ities in old oysters. Woelke () found that this species caused oyster (Ostrea iurida) mortalities and cessation of feeding at high densities.

Download Effects and fate of sewage chlorination products in phytoplankton PDF

Reduced phytoplankton species richness during nu. Where disinfection is required and chlorine is used, the regulation requires the residual chlorine is to be limited to mg/L (10 g/L) (Waste Management Act - Municipal Sewage Regulation(MSR) - Part 8: Effluent disinfection).

Ensuring that this level is met is. The effects of sewage discharge on water quality and phytoplankton of Hawai'ian coastal waters. Parnell PE(1). Author information: (1)Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Integrative Oceanography Division, University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CAUSA. [email protected]   Eutrophication is the most common water quality problem in lakes and reservoirs (Azevedo et al.

; Reed-Andersen et al. ), and phosphorus is the major limiting factor of eutrophication (Schindler ; Withers and Jarvie ).Phosphorus (P) comes mostly from animal excretion and fertilizer, and the sources are classified as point sources or nonpoint sources (Kundu et.

Phytoplankton play an integral role in moderating the Earth's climate.

Details Effects and fate of sewage chlorination products in phytoplankton PDF

Carbon dioxide emissions—like the kind that cars produce —are absorbed by phytoplankton on the ocean surface. "The plankton absorb the carbon dioxide like a tree," Barton says, "and when they die, they sink to the bottom of the ocean and that carbon is locked away for.

@article{osti_, title = {Effects of chlorine on aquatic organisms: a review of the literature with special reference to cooling water chlorination}, author = {Opresko, D M}, abstractNote = {The pre open literature on the chemistry and biological effects of chlorine in marine, freshwater, and estuarine systems is reviewed with special emphasis placed on the potential impacts of.

Uptake of sewage derived nitrogen by Ulva rigida. Studies of the eflects of passage through a power plant on river phytoplankton have shown that chlorination depresses rates of photosynthesis and respiration to a.

In Septemberthe City of Tampa initiated a comprehensive monitoring study of the ecology of the phytoplankton community of Hillsborough Bay. Numerous studies elsewhere have shown that phytoplankton are well suited as monitors of trophic state due to their rapid response to changing environmental conditions (Hohn, ; Williams, ; Margalef, ; Welch, ; Dunstan, ; .observed effect.

Environmental Fate of Triclosan. Products that contain triclosan wash down our drains and into water systems and waterways, where triclosan has become a common contaminant.

Sewer overflows and wastewater effluent deposits both contribute to triclosan contamination of waterways. A major source of triclosan in waterways is sew.Phytoplankton estimations.

Water samples were seasonally collected using Ruttiner bottles from the sub-surface waters of different 12 stations during autumn of (November) and winter (January), spring (April), and summer (August) of (Fig.

1).Cell abundance and composition of phytoplankton were estimated according to sedimentation method (Utermöhl ).