Learn More
A sequencing batch reactor was employed to treat the acrylic fiber wastewater. The dissolved oxygen and mixed liquor suspended solids were 2–3 and 3,500–4,000 mg/L, respectively. The results showed ammonium oxidizing bacteria (AOB) had superior growth rate at high temperature than nitrite oxidizing bacteria (NOB). Partial nitrification could be obtained(More)
An upflow anaerobic sludge blanket reactor was employed to treat saline sulfate wastewater. Mesophilic operation (35 ± 0.5 °C) was performed with hydraulic retention time fixed at 16 h. When the salinity was 28 g L−1, the chemical oxygen demand and sulfate removal efficiencies were 52 and 67 %, respectively. The salinity effect on sulfate removal was less(More)
Shortcut nitrification was reported to be technically feasible and economically favourable, especially when sewages with high ammonium concentrations or low C/N ratios are treated. Nitritation can be obtained by selectively inhibiting nitrite oxidizers through appropriate regulation of the system’s pH, DO, temperature, and sludge retention time, and(More)
A sequencing batch reactor (SBR) was used to test the nitrogen removal performance of anaerobic ammonium oxidation (ANAMMOX) in presence of organic matter. Mesophilic operation (30 ± 0.5 °C) was performed with influent pH 7.5. The results showed, independent of organic matter species, ANAMMOX reaction was promoted when COD was lower than 80 mg/L. However,(More)
An anaerobic sequencing batch reactor (ASBR) was used to treat thermal denitration tail liquid and microbial community was studied. Activated sludge was taken from the reactor for scanning electron microscope analysis. The images showed that the dominant cells in the flora were oval cocci. Its diameter was about 0.7 μm. Through a series of molecular biology(More)
A slight halophilic heterotrophic nitrobacteria named gs1 was separated from the matured activated sludge. According to the morphological observation, physiological biochemical tests and sequence analysis of the 16S rDNA, strain gs1 was identified to be as Pseudomonas sp. Sodium acetate and ammonium chloride were used as carbon and nitrogen sources,(More)
  • 1