The new CFIC® process was tested in parallel with the well-documented MBBR process.
Proof-of-concept has been demonstrated for a process that will utilize nutrients from sludge liquor, natural light, and CO2 from biogas to grow microalgae at wastewater treatment plants.
The feasibility of growing microalgae in natural light using wastewater high in nutrients (N & P) for the production of more bioenergy was examined.
Three lab-scale sequencing batch reactors (SBRs) were investigated to remove nitrogen from wastewater containing different particulate organic contents based on suspended solids (SS).
This new process has been tested for municipal wastewater.
The objective of this study was to compare some basic characteristics of sludge from fine mesh sieves (sieve sludge) with sludge from primary clarifiers.
The study investigated the growth characteristics of environmental algal strain, Chlorella, in the modified Zarrouk medium and its anaerobic co-digestion with waste activated sludge (WAS).
In the rubber parts industry, the treatment of wastewater from the demolding process utilising polymeric agents, traditionally poses a challenge.
The purpose of this project was to investigate the effect of selective particle removal during primary treatment on downstream biological nutrient removal processes.
The use of microalgae for biomass production and nutrient removal from the reject water produced in the dewatering process of anaerobically digested sludge was investigated.