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Treatment of taste and odor causing compounds 2-methyl isoborneol and geosmin in drinking water: a critical review.
Problems due to the taste and odor in drinking water are common in treatment facilities around the world. Taste and odor are perceived by the public as the primary indicators of the safely and… Expand
Identifying pioneer bacterial species responsible for biofouling membrane bioreactors.
- K. Zhang, H. Choi, D. Dionysiou, G. Sorial, D. B. Oerther
- Medicine, Biology
- Environmental microbiology
- 1 March 2006
More effective control of membrane biofouling in membrane bioreactors (MBRs) lies in the fundamental understanding of the pioneer microorganisms responsible for surface colonization that leads to… Expand
Sources and remediation for mercury contamination in aquatic systems--a literature review.
- Qianrui Wang, D. Kim, D. Dionysiou, G. Sorial, D. Timberlake
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Environmental pollution
- 1 September 2004
Sources of mercury contamination in aquatic systems were studied in a comprehensive literature review. The results show that the most important anthropogenic sources of mercury pollution in aquatic… Expand
Gas treatment in trickle-bed biofilters: biomass, how much is enough?
- C. Alonso, M. Suidan, +4 authors R. C. Brenner
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Biotechnology and bioengineering
- 20 June 1997
The objective of this article is to define and validate a mathematical model that desribes the physical and biological processes occurring in a trickle-bed air biofilter for waste gas treatment. This… Expand
The Baffled Flask Test for Dispersant Effectiveness: A Round Robin Evaluation of Reproducibility and Repeatability
Abstract After two previous investigations demonstrated that the baffled flask test was an effective and reproducible method for screening the effectiveness of dispersant products in the laboratory,… Expand
Influence of cross-flow velocity on membrane performance during filtration of biological suspension
Abstract Through a new experimental procedure, the influence of cross-flow velocity on the formation of fouling layer during microfiltration (MF) and ultrafiltration (UF) of biological suspension… Expand
Fate of sex hormones in two pilot-scale municipal wastewater treatment plants: conventional treatment.
The fate of seven sex hormones (estrone (E1), estradiol (E2), estriol (E3), ethinylestradiol (EE2), testosterone, androstenedione, and progesterone) was determined in two pilot-scale wastewater… Expand
Treatment of perchlorate in drinking water: A critical review
Because of its extremely low concentrations and strong resistance to most treatment technologies, perchlorate has become one of the biggest challenges currently being faced by the drinking water… Expand
Significance of dissolved methane in effluents of anaerobically treated low strength wastewater and potential for recovery as an energy product: A review.
The need for energy efficient Domestic Wastewater (DWW) treatment is increasing annually with population growth and expanding global energy demand. Anaerobic treatment of low strength DWW produces… Expand
Biological treatment of benzene in a controlled trickle bed air biofilter.
Trickle bed air biofilters (TBABs) are suitable for treatment of relatively high volumes of volatile organic compounds due to their controlled environment. A laboratory-scale TBAB was used for the… Expand