What are the problems in sewage treatment in scenic spots?
During the tourist season, major scenic spots are often overcrowded, and the pressure on sewage treatment in scenic spots is also growing. As a well-known environmental protection enterprise in China, Kinglv Environmental Protection has created a number of scenic sewage treatment projects. Today, we will combine the project experience to discuss the problems of sewage treatment in scenic spots.
1. The applicability of the sewage treatment process is poor
At present, the wastewater in the scenic area mainly comes from toilets, catering, and hotel domestic water. With the seasonal changes, there is a large fluctuation in the total volume of passengers, and the total amount of sewage changes with the change of passenger flow. In addition, due to the influence of factors such as terrain and various restaurants and hotels, the discharge characteristics of sewage are not the same, which is very unfavorable for improving the applicability of the sewage treatment process. On the other hand, because the tourist attractions are far away from the city, the sewage collection and discharge system of the scenic spot should not be included in the urban sewage treatment pipe network, and only a small decentralized treatment system can be used.
2. The construction of sewage treatment equipment in scenic spots is imperfect
In order to maximize the protection of the visual effect of the scenic spot, many projects require Party D to set up the sewage pipe network for sewage treatment in a relatively low and relatively concealed position. Although this ensures the aesthetic level, the hydraulic gradient of the sewage pipeline is forced to increase, which has caused certain impacts on a series of subsequent processing steps, which makes the daily maintenance work of the sewage treatment equipment more difficult. In many projects, Kinglv found that many managers in scenic spots generally pay more attention to the convenience of initial installation and the price of sewage treatment equipment. It is easy to neglect the long-term maintenance of equipment, which is not conducive to the long-term stable operation of decentralized sewage treatment systems.
3. The scenic spot does not pay enough attention to the sewage treatment work.
At present, some scenic spot management personnel have insufficient understanding of sewage treatment work, and the degree of emphasis still needs to be improved. First of all, the government managers in some scenic spots have not studied enough about the nature, status and value orientation of the scenic spot. The understanding is too short, and the precious natural resources of the scenic spot are regarded as commodities for economic benefits. The awareness of protecting the natural environment and sustainable development of the scenic spot is weak, which is very unfavorable to the long-term development of the scenic spot. Secondly, some of the staff also lack correct understanding, and they are not aware of the importance of sewage treatment to the development of scenic spots, which is not conducive to ensuring the high quality of sewage treatment.
The above is the main problem of wastewater treatment in scenic spots. Kinglv believes that there are still many problems in the actual treatment of sewage in China's scenic spots, and the optimization space is still very large. In the design process of the sewage treatment system, the characteristics of the sewage water quality, water volume and emission peaks must be taken into consideration, and a reasonable plan should be formulated to ensure the treatment effect of the sewage and truly protect the natural resources of the scenic spot.
Kinglv was founded in 2004. With 14 years experience, it has become one of the largest supplier in environment protection and covered all markets of China. Currently, its expertise include solutions to a diverse range of wastewater treatment such as sewage and industrial wastewater treatment, soil remediation, solid waste treatment, equipment manufacturing, environmental consulting and impact assessment, cleaner production audit, environmental detection, environmental engineering design, and construction.