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Technology Trend of Green Tide Recycling
Category Water
SOURCE apec-vc


1. Introduction 

* Green tide: Due to mass increase of floating current in eutrophicated lake or river with slow velocity, the phenomenon of accumulation of the floating current on the water surface causing the color of water to be substantially green. Eutrophication occurs due to accumulation of material which become nutrient for breeding of plankton such as carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus etc. in the water. 

* Due to continuation of heat waves, seriously amount of green tides occurred in main rivers of Korea such as Keum River and Youngsan River, raising problems such as causing bad odor and destructing the river ecosystem. 

* However, although currents such as green tides raises various problems such as destruction of ecosystem, etc., they can be used as useful resource in the areas of bio fuel production or sewage processing, etc. and application of technology using currents such as green tides, etc. are continuously being used actually. 

For more information, see the attached file.
No Category Title file Update Hit
241 Water Technology Trend of Green Tide Recycling
02-06-2017 392
240 Air Trend of Environment Monitoring Biosensor Market
02-06-2017 329
239 Waste Trend of Food Waste Treatment Business
12-04-2017 764
238 Air Trend and Current Status of Low Carbon Car Industry
12-04-2017 676
237 Water Trend of Livestock Wastewater Treatment Market
12-04-2017 765
236 Water Trend of Wastewater Treatment Filter Market
12-04-2017 678
235 Water Trends of Wastewater Treatment Technology Export to Vietnam
22-03-2017 504
234 Water Market Trend of Energy Conversion of Water Quality Contaminants
22-03-2017 504
233 Health/Safety Status of Eco-Interior Support Project
22-03-2017 492
232 Air Development of Hybrid Technology for Simultaneous Processing of Electronic Industrial Process NOx and Non-Degradable, Toxic and Acidic Materials (HCl, HF)
21-03-2017 497
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