Sorption on wastewater solids: Elimination of biological activity
Authors: Dobbs, Richard A.; Shan, Yonggui; Wang, Leping; Govind, Rakesh
Source: Water Environment Research, Volume 67, Number 3, May/June 1995 , pp. 327-329(3)
Publisher: Water Environment Federation
Abstract:Sorption was found to be greatly affected by the biological activity in wastewater solids. Two experimental techniques, cyanide treatment and pasteurization, were developed for eliminating the biological activity during isotherm measurements. Both methods are effective; however, pasteurization is recommended over cyanide treatment because of toxicity of the latter.
Document Type: Research article
Publication date: 1995-05-01
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