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THERMAL HYDROLYSIS AND WET AIR OXIDATION SLUDGE TREATMENT AT N-BRUSSELS WWTP

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Abstract:

A non conventional sludge train treatment is being to be realized in North-Bruxells (Belgium). This train based on sludge reduction volume concept is composed of a thermal hydrolysis process (THP) on dewatered sludge using steam, followed by a high load digestion, and a wet air oxidation system and finally a dewatering-drying equipment on the mineral part of the sludge. These unit operations involved on the 1.1 million people equivalent (PE) North-Bruxells waste water treatment plant (WWTP) are described in this paper.

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2175/193864704784342659

Publication date: January 1, 2004

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