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The use of laboratory sand, soil and crushed-glass filter columns for polishing domestic-strength synthetic wastewater that has undergone secondary treatment
(Taylor & Francis, 2010)
The aim of this study was to examine the performance of intermittently loaded, 150 mm-diameter stratified filter columns of 2 depths (0.65 and 0.375 m) comprising different media - sand, crushed glass and soil - in polishing ...
Nitrification in a vertically moving biofilm system
A laboratory continuous feed biofilm reactor, comprising a bulk fluid reactor, a biofilm plastic module, a feed tank, and pneumatic devices and controls, was operated for a total period of 257 days, including seeding time, ...
Predicting the propagation of concentration and saturation fronts in fixed-bed filters
(IWA Publishing, 2017-07-05)
The phenomenon of adsorption is widely exploited across a range of industries to remove contaminants from gases and liquids. Much recent research has focused on identifying low-cost adsorbents which have the potential to ...
Nitrification in a vertically moving biofilm system.
(Journal of Environmental Management, 2006-06-01)
A laboratory continuous feed biofilm reactor, comprising a bulk fluid reactor, a biofilm plastic module, a feed tank, pneumatic devices and controls, was operated for a total period of 257 days, including seeding time, to ...
Design and implementation of a performance assessment methodology cognisant of data accuracy for Irish wastewater treatment plants
Without intervention, wastewater treatment plants will become more resource intensive as they strive to meet environmental regulations. This challenge is set against the backdrop, in many countries, of an emphasis on cost ...