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適材適所の環境技術 屎尿処理 : 環境の視点からの屎尿処理技術の評価


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Title: 適材適所の環境技術 屎尿処理 : 環境の視点からの屎尿処理技術の評価
Other Titles: Environmental technology and night-soil treatment of putting the right things in the right place-Evaluation of night-soil treatment technology from the perspective of the environment
Authors: 中村, 修 / 小林, 将也 / 三浦, 真慈 / 石崎, 勝義 / 田中, 宗浩
Authors (alternative): Nakamura, Osamu / Kobayashi, Masaya / Miura, Shinji / Ishizaki, Katsuyoshi / Tanaka, Munehiro
Issue Date: 31-Oct-2003
Citation: 長崎大学総合環境研究 6(1), p.81-87; 2003
Abstract: Modern technology has developed in an effort to achieve the efficiency (Reduction of time and costs) of production. The Night-soil Treatment, one of the technologies of environmental conservation, has also developed with an aim to speed up processing and miniaturizing the capacity of the reactive layer. As a result, the processing power has improved but the construction and maintenance costs of the facilities have grown, and the energy consumption for processing has increased substantially. Given these factors, I have conducted a survey concerning 12 night-soil treatment facilities in Nagasaki Prefecture and the organic liquid manure production facilities of Shiida-Machi, Fukuoka Prefecture, and evaluated the night-soil treatment from such environmental perspectives as environmental burden, energy costs and material recycling. As a result, it became evident that a technology that was deemed old fashion affords low maintenance costs and minimal environmental burden.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/5425
ISSN: 13446258
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Appears in Collections:Volume 6, No. 1

Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/5425

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