Membrane Aerated Biofilms: Who is There, What are They Doing, and Why are They Beneficial
Abstract:Membrane aerated biofilms (MABs) are an emerging technology for wastewater treatment. Several bench scale and pilot scale studies have help to highlight the benefits of this technology. This paper will discuss experiments that examined the impact of oxygen gradients and the impact of BOD gradients on the performance of MABs, and discusses how an MAB compares to a conventional biofilm.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2009
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