Global Advanced Research Journal of Management and Business Studies (ISSN: 2315-5086) July 2015 Vol. 4(7), pp 279-284

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An advanced treatment on coastal oil pollution

Jui-Chung Kao1  and  Mu-Chien Lin2

1Department of Logistics Management, National Kaohsiung Marine University Taiwan,Email : jckao@webmail.nkmu.edu.tw

2Department of Maritime Police, Central Police University Taiwan, Email : chuck321@ms73.hinet.net.

Accepted 21 July 2015


Abstract 

Coastal oil pollution was hard to clean up because we lacked a powerful method. Currently, bioremediations were directly applied for the treatment of beach oil pollution. Their results, extending over a period of years, the degradations became insignificant and a huge amount of time, manpower and money is wasted because they cannot controlled the changes of weather and tides. In this study, giving up the treatment of beach oil pollution directly, the pollutants were transported to a centralized treatment plant to made degradation. The pollutants present at the fishing port of Zhuwei in Tauyuan, Taiwan, contain diesel or heavy oil over 10,000 ppm. The results of degradations were vastly improved. 

Keywords: Oil pollution, Beach pollution, Bioremediation.

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