A STUDY OF A NUTRIENT REMOVAL MODIFIED SEQUENCING BATCH REACTOR
Abstract:The Modified Sequencing Batch Reactor, MSBR® system combines the advantages of a flowthrough activated sludge system and sequencing batch reactor technology. A nutrient removal MSBR system adds the features of biological nutrient removal to the activated sludge system. Additionally, thickening of return mixed liquor suspended solids combined with anaerobic mixed liquor flow splitting to the anoxic cells was developed in this study. The improved system achieved high removal efficiency for BOD5, COD, total nitrogen, and phosphorus.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2001
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