Assessment of Pollution Load into Thi Nai Lagoon, Viet Nam and Prediction to 2025

Assessment of Pollution Load into Thi Nai Lagoon, Viet Nam and Prediction to 2025

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Author(s): Le Xuan Sinh, Le Van Nam, Luu Van Dieu, Cao Thi Thu Trang, Nguyen Thi Phuong Hoa, Tran Duc Thanh

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DOI: 10.18483/ijSci.741 469 820 116-127 Volume 4 - Jun 2015

Abstract

Based on the statistical data of social-economic state and development planning to 2025 of Binh Dinh province, the pollution load from development activities has been calculated by using the environmental rapid assessment method. The results showed that development activities in Binh Dinh province create about 30.7, thousand tons of COD;17.1 thousand tons of BOD; 9.1 thousand tons of Nitrogen; 6.5 thousand tons of Phosphorous and 379 thousand tons of TSS from living activities, aquaculture, industry, farming and land leaching. Until 2025, this amount will be increased 1.4 - 2.6 times. The main pollution sources are from living activities including residents and tourists and livestock farming. Therefore, treatment of waste from these sources is very necessary to minimize the waste amount discharged into the Thi Nai Lagoon.

Keywords

Pollution Load, Pollution Sources, Aquacuture, Indutry, Living Wastewater, Wastewater

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