Alkaline thermal sludge hydrolysis.

@article{Neyens2003AlkalineTS,
  title={Alkaline thermal sludge hydrolysis.},
  author={Elisabeth Neyens and Jan Baeyens and Carolien Creemers},
  journal={Journal of hazardous materials},
  year={2003},
  volume={97 1-3},
  pages={295-314}
}
The waste activated sludge (WAS) treatment of wastewater produces excess sludge which needs further treatment prior to disposal or incineration. A reduction in the amount of excess sludge produced, and the increased dewaterability of the sludge are, therefore, subject of renewed attention and research. A lot of research covers the nature of the sludge solids and associated water. An improved dewaterability requires the disruption of the sludge cell structure. Previous investigations are… CONTINUE READING

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