Ammonium removal from digested sludge liquors using ion exchange.

@article{Thornton2007AmmoniumRF,
  title={Ammonium removal from digested sludge liquors using ion exchange.},
  author={Arthur Thornton and Peter R. Pearce and Simon A. Parsons},
  journal={Water research},
  year={2007},
  volume={41 2},
  pages={
          433-9
        }
}
Liquors arising from the dewatering of digested sludge typically contain ammonium levels in the range 200-700mgl(-1) NH(4)(+)-N. These liquors are frequently recycled to the head of the wastewater treatment works (WwTW) untreated and can constitute >25% of the total nitrogen load entering the works at inlet. This paper investigates the use of a clay-based material, MesoLite, as an ion exchange medium for ammonium removal from recycle streams. Pilot-scale studies performed at Didcot WwTW, part… CONTINUE READING

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