Full-Plant Deammonification for Low-Energy, Low-Carbon Nitrogen Removal
Abstract:A threefold coordinated research effort is undertaken by cooperating utilities at three different experimental scales investigating bioaugmentation, enrichment and performance of anammox organisms in the mainstream treatment. Two major technological components are applied – selective sludge wasting by a classifying cyclone to retain anammox granules and low DO-operation to repress nitrite oxidizers. This paper describes process conditions and operation modes to direct more nitrogen to the resource saving metabolic route of deammonification.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2012-01-01
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