[The Hwankyung Ilbo] The Seoul Metropolitan Government announced that the Jungrang Water Regeneration Center, which was built for the first time in Korea in September 1967 to process 150,000㎥ of water per day, will be modernized and completed in early June with 250,000㎥ of sewage treatment facilities per day.
The existing ground wastewater treatment facility was demolished and the size of the underground space was reduced and the performance was improved to complete the first stage of the facility modernization project for Jungrang Water Regeneration Center.
The SK Biological Aerated Filter (SBAF), which is known as a new method of biological treatment and physical filtration, was applied to the sewage treatment. In addition, an early stormwater treatment facility (500,000㎥ per day) was installed in the basement to prevent sewage and rainwater from flowing into the Han River.
The modernization project of Jungrang Water Regeneration Center is being carried out step by step, and it is planned to be carried out sequentially starting from the first stage project which is completed this time. Currently, a basic plan is being set up to promote the second stage.
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