RRC ID 27143
Author Murakami M, Sato N, Anegawa A, Nakada N, Harada A, Komatsu T, Takada H, Tanaka H, Ono Y, Furumai H.
Title Multiple evaluations of the removal of pollutants in road runoff by soil infiltration.
Journal Water Res
Abstract Groundwater replenishment by infiltration of road runoff is expected to be a promising option for ensuring a sustainable urban water cycle. In this study, we performed a soil infiltration column test using artificial road runoff equivalent to approximately 11-12 years of rainfall to evaluate the removal of pollutants by using various chemical analyses and bioassay tests. These results indicated that soil infiltration treatment works effectively to remove most of the pollutants such as organic matter (chemical oxygen demand (CODMn) and dissolved organic carbon (DOC)), P species, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), numerous heavy metals and oestrogenic activities. Bioassay tests, including algal growth inhibition test, Microtox and mutagen formation potential (MFP) test, also revealed effective removal of toxicities by the soils. However, limited amounts of NO3, Mn, Ni, alkaline earth metals, perfluorooctane sulphonate (PFOS) and perfluorooctane sulphonamide (FOSA) were removed by the soils and they possibly reach the groundwater and cause contamination.
Volume 42(10-11)
Pages 2745-55
Published 2008-5-1
DOI 10.1016/j.watres.2008.02.004
PII S0043-1354(08)00067-5
PMID 18328527
MeSH Alkanesulfonic Acids / isolation & purification Biological Assay Environmental Restoration and Remediation / methods* Fluorocarbons / isolation & purification Hydrogen-Ion Concentration Metals, Heavy / isolation & purification Nitrogen / isolation & purification Organic Chemicals / isolation & purification Phosphorus / isolation & purification Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons / isolation & purification Soil* Sulfonamides / isolation & purification Water / chemistry* Water Pollutants, Chemical / isolation & purification*
IF 7.913
Times Cited 64
WOS Category WATER RESOURCES ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES ENGINEERING, ENVIRONMENTAL
Resource
Algae NIES-35