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Grey water characteristics and treatment options for rural areas in Jordan.
Low water consumption in rural areas in Jordan had resulted in the production of concentrated grey water. Average COD, BOD and TSS values were 2568mg/l, 1056mg/l and 845mg/l, respectively. TheExpand
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Treatment of strong domestic sewage in a 96 m3 UASB reactor operated at ambient temperatures: two-stage versus single-stage reactor.
A 96 m3 UASB reactor was operated for 2.5 years under different conditions to assess the feasibility of treating strong sewage (COD(tot) = 1531 mg/l) at ambient temperatures with averages of 18 andExpand
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Anaerobic pre-treatment of strong sewage : a proper solution for Jordan
The main objective of this research was to assess the feasibility of applying low cost anaerobic technology for the treatment of relatively high strength sewage of Jordan using two-stage andExpand
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Sequential anaerobic-aerobic treatment for domestic wastewater - a review.
Introduction, consolidation and even standardization of expensive conventional aerobic systems for domestic wastewater treatment imposed significant financial constraints on the expansion of sanitaryExpand
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Effect of SRT and temperature on biological conversions and the related scum-forming potential.
Sludge flotation was reported to cause several operational problems in anaerobic systems including UASB reactors treating both strong domestic sewage and some industrial wastewater. This research isExpand
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Effect of increasing the surface area of primary sludge on anaerobic digestion at low temperature.
Two sets of reactors were operated at 15°C and at sludge retention times (SRTs) of 65 days and 30 days, respectively. Each set was operated at six different mixing velocities. Shear forces providedExpand
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Biodegradation and seasonal variations in septage characteristics
Composite samples of septage discharging at the Khirbit As-Samra municipal wastewater treatment plant were analyzed during the period from February to the end of October 2007. Septage showedExpand
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Fate of Pathogens In Tomato Plants and Soil Irrigated With Secondary Treated Wastewater
Pathogenic indicators, namely total coliform, E. coli and Enterococcus were measured on harvested tomato fruits and leaves and in soil irrigated with fresh water, effluent of extended aerationExpand
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CONSERVATION OF AMMONIA DURING FOOD WASTE COMPOSTING
Abstract An experiment was conducted to quantify ammonia (NH3) losses during food waste composting and to evaluate the effectiveness of mature aerobic sewage sludge/olive pomace compost andExpand
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Anaerobic Pre-Treatment of Strong Sewage
Many countries in the Middle East and North Africa suffer from water shortage. This partly contributes to the production of concentrated wastewater with COD values higher than 1500 mg/l. Treatment ofExpand
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