AN EVALUATION OF A MEMBRANE BIOREACTOR SYSTEM INCORPORATING SEQUENCING BATCH REACTOR AND SIDE STREAM CROSS FLOW HOLLOW FIBER TECHNOLOGY FOR THE TREATMENT OF MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER
Abstract:A prototype membrane bioreactor system demonstrated carbonaceous biochemical oxygen demand removal, nitrification, total nitrogen reduction, and bio-chemical phosphorus removal in two separate phases of operation. Sequencing batch reactor (SBR) technology combined with side stream cross flow hollow fiber membrane filtration for solids-liquid separation provided superior final effluent quality with reduced SBR volume requirements under a variety of biological process variations.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2001
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