A hybrid microbial fuel cell membrane bioreactor with a conductive ultrafiltration membrane biocathode for wastewater treatment.

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A new hybrid, air-biocathode microbial fuel cell-membrane bioreactor (MFC-MBR) system was developed to achieve simultaneous wastewater treatment and ultrafiltration to produce water for direct reclamation. The combined advantages of this system were achieved by using an electrically conductive ultrafiltration membrane as both the cathode and the membrane… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/es4030113

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@article{Malaeb2013AHM, title={A hybrid microbial fuel cell membrane bioreactor with a conductive ultrafiltration membrane biocathode for wastewater treatment.}, author={Lilian Malaeb and Krishna P. Katuri and Bruce E Logan and Husnul Maab and Suzana P. Nunes and P. E. Saikaly}, journal={Environmental science & technology}, year={2013}, volume={47 20}, pages={11821-8} }