AU2019268065A1 - System for treating pollutant - Google Patents

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AU2019268065A1
AU2019268065A1 AU2019268065A AU2019268065A AU2019268065A1 AU 2019268065 A1 AU2019268065 A1 AU 2019268065A1 AU 2019268065 A AU2019268065 A AU 2019268065A AU 2019268065 A AU2019268065 A AU 2019268065A AU 2019268065 A1 AU2019268065 A1 AU 2019268065A1
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A01AGRICULTURE; FORESTRY; ANIMAL HUSBANDRY; HUNTING; TRAPPING; FISHING
    • A01KANIMAL HUSBANDRY; CARE OF BIRDS, FISHES, INSECTS; FISHING; REARING OR BREEDING ANIMALS, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR; NEW BREEDS OF ANIMALS
    • A01K1/00Housing animals; Equipment therefor
    • A01K1/01Removal of dung or urine, e.g. from stables
    • CCHEMISTRY; METALLURGY
    • C02TREATMENT OF WATER, WASTE WATER, SEWAGE, OR SLUDGE
    • C02FTREATMENT OF WATER, WASTE WATER, SEWAGE, OR SLUDGE
    • C02F2103/00Nature of the water, waste water, sewage or sludge to be treated
    • C02F2103/20Nature of the water, waste water, sewage or sludge to be treated from animal husbandry

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A pollutant treating system is disclosed. In one embodiment, the system includes a pollution source receiving structure in which a pollution source for generating pollutant is received; a pollutant receiving structure disposed below the pollution source receiving structure, wherein the pollutant falls from the pollution source receiving structure into the pollutant receiving structure, wherein a bottom surface of the pollutant receiving structure is inclined downwardly from one side to the other side of the bottom surface; and a water supply for supplying water to one side of the bottom surface, wherein the pollutant receiving structure has a pollutant outlet defined in the other side of the pollutant receiving structure such that the pollutant and water reaching the other side is discharged through the outlet to an outside. 1/4 0\ 6 0o 0) 2/4 FIG. 2 30 100 20 200(201,202) 310 311 210 312 22

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SYSTEM FOR TREATING POLLUTANT BACKGROUND
[0001] Embodiments of the inventive concept described herein relate to a
pollutant treating system that treats pollutant such as animal feces.
[0002] In general, feces and urine generated in a livestock house for livestock
such as pigs s discharged to an outside of the house using manpower, self-weight,
machinery, etc. and then is transferred to a storage (reservoir) and treating facilities
separately installed outside the livestock house.
[0003] A conventional livestock house facility that enables the treatment of
the feces and urine may be classified into a slurry type livestock house equipped
with a pit facility that may store feces and urine and washing water for a period of
time inside and a drainage system, a scraper-type livestock house configured to
discharge feces and urine by a mechanical device, and a manual type livestock house
to collect the feces and urine from the livestock house and having a drain pipe for
discharging the feces and urine and washing water. All these type facilities should be
equipped with a system for storing/treating the feces and urine outside the house.
[0004] In such a conventional livestock house facility, the feces and urine of
livestock remains and thus is decayed in the livestock house during the removal
operation, which causes odors and bacterial growth.
SUMMARY
[0005] Embodiments of the inventive concept provide a pollutant treating
system that may quickly treat pollutant such as feces and urine of livestock.
[0006] In addition, embodiments of the inventive concept provide a pollutant treating system that may minimize a time for which the livestock feces and urine remains in the livestock house.
[0007] In addition, embodiments of the inventive concept provide a pollutant
treating system in which polluted water containing pollutant may be purified and
thus recycled.
[0008] The purposes to be solved by the inventive concept are not limited
thereto. Other purposes as not mentioned will be clearly understood by those skilled
in the art from following descriptions.
[0009] According to an exemplary embodiment, a pollutant treating system
includes a pollution source receiving structure in which a pollution source for
generating pollutant is received; a pollutant receiving structure disposed below the
pollution source receiving structure, wherein the pollutant falls from the pollution
source receiving structure into the pollutant receiving structure, wherein a bottom
surface of the pollutant receiving structure is inclined downwardly from one side to
the other side of the bottom surface; and a water supply for supplying water to one
side of the bottom surface, wherein the pollutant receiving structure has a pollutant
outlet defined in the other side of the pollutant receiving structure such that the
pollutant and water reaching the other side is discharged through the outlet to an
outside.
[0010] The water supply includes water storage for storing therein water,
wherein the water storage includes: a water outlet for discharging water; and a water
inlet for receiving water, wherein the water outlet is formed above one side of the
bottom surface.
[0011] The water supply may further include a purification unit for purifying
water, wherein pollutant and water discharged through the pollutant outlet is delivered to the purification unit, wherein the water purified at the purification unit is supplied to the water storage.
[0012] The pollutant receiving structure may include a first pollutant
receiving structure and a second pollutant receiving structure arranged such that one
side of the first pollutant receiving structure faces away one side of the second
pollutant receiving structure faces away, wherein the water storage is disposed
between the first pollutant receiving structure and the second pollutant receiving
structure.
[0013] The pollution source receiving structure may act as a livestock room
where livestock resides, wherein the water storage is disposed under a channel
disposed on one side of the pollution source receiving structure.
[0014] According to another embodiment of the inventive concept, the
pollutant treating system may further include a rainwater supply for supplying
rainwater to one side of the bottom surface.
[0015] The rainwater supply may include rainwater storage for storing the
rainwater; and a nozzle for discharging the rainwater stored in the rainwater storage
to one side of the bottom surface.
[0016] The water storage is disposed under the channel provided on one side
of the pollution source receiving structure. The pollutant treating system may further
include a rainwater supply pipe for supplying rainwater stored in the rainwater
storage to the channel or the pollution source receiving structure.
[0017] The pollutant treating system may further include a controller for
controlling the system such that the water supply supplies water to one side of the
bottom surface, and then the rainwater supply supplies rainwater to one side of the
bottom surface.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE FIGURES
[0018] The above and other objects and features will become apparent from
the following description with reference to the following figures, wherein like
reference numerals refer to like parts throughout the various figures unless otherwise
specified, and wherein:
[0019] FIG. 1 is a view schematically showing a pollutant treating system
according to an embodiment of the inventive concept;
[0020] FIG. 2 is a view showing a pollution source receiving structure, a
pollutant receiving structure, and a water storage of FIG. 1;
[0021] FIG. 3 is a view schematically showing a pollutant treating system
according to another embodiment of the inventive concept; and
[0022] FIG. 4 is a view showing a pollution source receiving structure, a
pollutant receiving structure, and a water storage of FIG. 3.
DETAILED DESCRIPTION
[0023] Hereinafter, an embodiment of the inventive concept will be described
in more detail with reference to the accompanying drawings. Embodiments of the
inventive concept may be modified in various forms, and a scope of the inventive
concept should not be construed as being limited to following embodiments. This
embodiment is provided to more completely explain the inventive concept to those of
ordinary skill in the art. Therefore, a shape of each of elements in the drawings is
exaggerated to emphasize more clear description.
[0024] FIG. 1 is a view schematically showing a pollutant treating system 10
according to an embodiment of the inventive concept. FIG. 2 is a view illustrating a
pollution source receiving structure 100, a pollutant receiving structure 200, and a
water storage 310 of FIG. 1. Referring to FIG. 1 and FIG. 2, the pollutant treating system 10 of the inventive concept treats pollutant generated from a pollution source.
The pollution source may be livestock such as pigs, and the pollutant may be feces
and urine of the livestock. For example, the pollutant treating system 10 of the
inventive concept may be a livestock house in which livestock such as pigs is raised.
According to one embodiment, the pollutant treating system 10 includes a housing 40,
the pollution source receiving structure 100, the pollutant receiving structure 200,
and a water supply 300.
[0025] The housing 40 has a space defined therein. Inside the housing 40, the
pollution source receiving structure 100, the pollutant receiving structure 200 and the
water storage 310 are disposed.
[0026] The pollution source receiving structure 100 contains a pollution
source 20 generating the pollutant. According to an embodiment, the pollution source
receiving structure 100 may be a livestock room in which livestock is accommodated.
For example, the pollution source receiving structure 100 may be a pig house, and
the pollution source 20 may be a pig.
[0027] The pollutant receiving structure 200 is provided under the pollution
source receiving structure 100. Pollutant falls and enters the pollutant receiving
structure 200. A plate-shaped bottom plate may be provided between the pollution
source receiving structure 100 and the pollutant receiving structure 200. The plate
has holes penetrating therethrough in a vertical direction so that the pollutant may
pass through the holes. According to an embodiment, the bottom plate may be
embodied as a conslat for a pig livestock house.
[0028] A bottom surface 210 of the pollutant receiving structure 200 is
constructed to be inclined downwardly from one side to the other side.
[0029] A pollutant outlet 220 is formed in the pollutant receiving structure
200. Pollutant and water reaching the other side of the bottom surface 210 are
discharged to an outside through the pollutant outlet 220.
[0030] The water supply 300 supplies water to one side of the bottom surface
210 of the pollutant receiving structure 200. According to an embodiment, the water
supply 300 includes the water storage 310 and a purification unit 320.
[0031] The water storage 310 stores water therein. According to one
embodiment, the water storage 310 includes a water outlet 311 and a water inlet 312.
[0032] Water inside the water storage 310 is discharged through the water
outlet 311. According to one embodiment, the water outlet 311 is formed above the
bottom surface 210 of the water storage 310. Water is supplied into the water storage
310 through the water inlet 312.
[0033] The purification unit 320 purifies the water. Pollutant and water
discharged through the pollutant outlet 220 are delivered to the purification unit 320.
Purified water from the purification unit 320 is fed to the water storage 310 through
the water inlet 312.
[0034] As described above, the purified water is continuously supplied from
the purification unit 320 to the water storage 310. Water containing the pollutant is
delivered to the purification unit 320 using the inclination of the bottom surface 210.
Thus, the system may quickly treat the pollutant, such as feces and urine of the
livestock. Therefore, a time duration for which the pollutant such as feces and urine
of the livestock remain in the pollutant receiving structure 200 may be minimized,
thereby minimizing odor generation and internal contamination in the livestock
house.
[0035] According to one embodiment, the pollutant receiving structure 200
includes a first pollutant receiving structure 201 and a second pollutant receiving structure 202. The first pollutant receiving structure 201 and the second pollutant receiving structure 202 are arranged such that one side of the bottom surface 210 of the first pollutant receiving structure 201 to which water is supplied faces away one side of the bottom surface 210 of the second pollutant receiving structure 202 to which water is supplied. The water storage 310 is provided between the first pollutant receiving structure 201 and the second pollutant receiving structure 202.
The water storage 310 may be disposed below a channel 30 disposed on one side of
the pollution source receiving structure 100. According to an embodiment, the
channel 30 is disposed between pollution source receiving structures 100 located on
top of the first pollutant receiving structure 201 and the second pollutant receiving
structure 202, respectively. The water storage 310 may be disposed below the
channel 30. Thus, the first pollutant receiving structure 201 and the corresponding
pollution source receiving structure 100 are disposed on one side of an interior of the
housing 40. The second pollutant receiving structure 202 and the corresponding
pollution source receiving structure 100 are disposed on the other side of the interior
of the housing 40. The channel 30 and the water storage 310 may be provided
therebetween. As such, the water storage 310 is located in a center of the housing 40.
Thus, in winter, heating efficiency may be increased by heat generated due to
microbial reaction of water in the water storage 310. In summer, water having a
temperature lower than an indoor temperature is continuously circulated to increase
cooling efficiency.
[0036] FIG. 3 is a view schematically showing a pollutant treating system
10a according to another embodiment of the inventive concept. FIG. 4 is a view
illustrating the pollution source receiving structure 100, the pollutant receiving
structure 200, and the water storage 310 of FIG. 3. Referring to FIG. 3 and FIG. 4, the pollutant treating system 10a further includes a rainwater supply 400.
[0037] A rainwater supply 400 supplies rainwater to one side of the bottom
surface 210 of the pollutant receiving structure 200. According to one embodiment,
the rainwater supply 400 includes a rainwater collection pipe 410, a rainwater storage
420, a nozzle 430, a rainwater supply pipe 500, and a controller 600.
[0038] The rainwater collection pipe 410 collects rainwater and delivers the
same to the rainwater storage 420. According to one embodiment, the rainwater
collection pipe 410 is disposed on an outer wall of the housing 40, and collects
rainwater flowing down from a roof of the housing 40.
[0039] The rainwater storage 420 stores the rainwater collected by the
rainwater collection pipe 410. According to one embodiment, the rainwater storage
420 may be disposed under the rainwater collection pipe 410 on the outer wall of the
housing 40.
[0040] The nozzle 430 discharges the rainwater stored in the rainwater
storage 420 to one side of the bottom surface 210 of the pollutant receiving structure
200.
[0041] The rainwater supply pipe 500 supplies the rainwater stored in the
rainwater storage 420 to the channel or the pollution source receiving structure 100.
At one end of the rainwater supply pipe 500, a connection member 510 may be
provided to connect to a separate water supply device such as a faucet. Therefore, it
is possible to use rainwater for works such as cleaning works requiring water in the
pollution source receiving structure 100 and the channel 30.
[0042] The controller 600 controls the system such that the water supply 300
supplies water to one side of the bottom surface 210 of the pollutant receiving
structure 200 for a period of time and then the rainwater supply 400 suppleis the rainwater to one side of the bottom surface 210. Therefore, the pollutant of the bottom surface 210 may be rinsed with the water treated in the purification unit 320 using the water supply 300 and then rinsed again with the rainwater.
[0043] A configuration, structure, and function of each of the rainwater
supply 400, the rainwater supply pipe 500, and the controller 600 of the pollutant
treating system 10a may be embodied in the same or similar manner as those of the
pollutant treating system 10 of FIG. 1.
[0044] A pollutant treating system in accordance with embodiments of the
inventive concept may quickly treat pollutant such as feces and urine of livestock.
[0045] In addition, a pollutant treating system in accordance with
embodiments of the inventive concept may minimize a time for which the livestock
feces and urine remains in the livestock house.
[0046] In addition, in a pollutant treating system in accordance with
embodiments of the inventive concept, polluted water containing pollutant may be
purified and thus recycled.
[0047] The foregoing detailed description illustrates the inventive concept.
The foregoing is also illustrative of the preferred embodiments of the inventive
concept, and the inventive concept may be used in various other combinations,
modifications and environments. That is, the scope and the description of the
inventive concept disclosed in this specification may be changed or modified within
the scope of equivalents and/or the skill or knowledge of the inventive concept. The
embodiments described above are intended to explain certain best modes for
implementing the technical idea of the inventive concept. Various modifications
required for the specific application and usage of the inventive concept are possible.
Therefore, the detailed description of the inventive concept is not intended to limit the inventive concept to the disclosed embodiments. It is also to be understood that the appended claims are intended to cover further embodiments.

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WHAT IS CLAIMED IS:
1. A pollutant treating system comprising:
a pollution source receiving structure in which a pollution source for
generating pollutant is received;
a pollutant receiving structure disposed below the pollution source receiving
structure, wherein the pollutant falls from the pollution source receiving structure
into the pollutant receiving structure, wherein a bottom surface of the pollutant
receiving structure is inclined downwardly from one side to the other side of the
bottom surface; and
a water supply for supplying water to one side of the bottom surface,
wherein the pollutant receiving structure has a pollutant outlet defined in the
other side of the pollutant receiving structure such that the pollutant and water
reaching the other side is discharged through the outlet to an outside.
2. The pollutant treating system of claim 1, wherein the water supply
includes a water storage for storing therein water,
wherein the water storage includes:
a water outlet for discharging water; and
a water inlet for receiving water,
wherein the water outlet is formed above one side of the bottom surface.
3. The pollutant treating system of claim 2, wherein the water supply
further includes a purification unit for purifying water,
wherein pollutant and water discharged through the pollutant outlet is
delivered to the purification unit, wherein the water purified at the purification unit is supplied to the water storage.
4. The pollutant treating system of claim 2, wherein the pollutant
receiving structure includes a first pollutant receiving structure and a second
pollutant receiving structure arranged such that one side of the first pollutant
receiving structure faces away one side of the second pollutant receiving structure
faces away,
wherein the water storage is disposed between the first pollutant receiving
structure and the second pollutant receiving structure.
5. The pollutant treating system of claim 2, wherein the pollution source
receiving structure acts as a livestock room where livestock resides,
wherein the water storage is disposed under a channel disposed on one side
of the pollution source receiving structure.
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