PROPERTIES AFFECTING THE THICKENING AND DEWATERING OF SUBMERGED MEMBRANE BIOREACTOR SLUDGE
The submerged membrane bioreactor (SMBR) is a biological process that produces is a high-quality effluent using membrane filtration for solid-liquid separation. Fouling is controlled by coarse bubble aeration around the membrane. Wider applications of SMBR, especially at larger scales, will require more information on waste sludge processing including thickening, stabilization and dewatering.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2005
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