Now showing items 1-5 of 5

  • The efficiency of a sequencing batch reactor (SBBR) in organic carbon and phosphorus removal 

    Prendergast, John; Rodgers, Michael; Healy, Mark G. (Taylor & Francis, 2005)
    A laboratory sequencing batch biofilm reactor (SBBR), operated for a period of 158 days, was used to treat domestic-strength synthetic effluent. The biofilm. reactor comprised a bulk fluid reactor, a biofilm plastic module, ...
  • Nitrification in a vertically moving biofilm system 

    Rodgers, Michael; Healy, Mark G.; Prendergast, John (Elsevier, 2006-03)
    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, ...
  • Nitrification in a vertically moving biofilm system. 

    Rodgers, Michael; Healy, Mark G.; Prendergast, John (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 ...
  • A novel hybrid filter for the treatment of septic tank effluent 

    Rodgers, Michael; Healy, Mark G.; Prendergast, John (ASCE, 2006)
    Intermittent sand filtration is a common and effective method for treating septic tank effluent. However, if the loading rate is too high, clogging and ponding of the sand filter surface layer can occur due to the accumulation ...
  • A novel hybrid filter for the treatment of septic tank effluent. 

    Rodgers, Michael; Healy, Mark G.; Prendergast, John (ASCE Journal of Environmental Engineering, 2006-06-01)
    Intermittent sand filtration is a common and effective method for treating septic tank effluent. However, if the loading rate is too high, clogging and ponding of the sand filter surface layer can occur due to the accumulation ...