Anaerobic degradation of increased phenol concentrations in batch assays.

@article{Wirth2015AnaerobicDO,
  title={Anaerobic degradation of increased phenol concentrations in batch assays.},
  author={Benjamin Wirth and Maria Krebs and Janet Andert},
  journal={Environmental science and pollution research international},
  year={2015},
  volume={22 23},
  pages={
          19048-59
        }
}
Phenol is a wastewater contaminant depicting an environmental hazard. It can be found in effluents from various industrial processes and becomes even more common as a waste by-product of biomass-based bioenergy concepts. Because of its toxicity to anaerobic microorganisms, it can be recalcitrant during biogas production and anaerobic wastewater treatment. This study tested increased phenol loads (100 to 5000 mg L(-1)) as the sole carbon source in a semi-continuous mesophilic anaerobic adaption… CONTINUE READING
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