Application of sludge-based carbonaceous materials in a hybrid water treatment process based on adsorption and catalytic wet air oxidation.

@article{Lebigue2010ApplicationOS,
  title={Application of sludge-based carbonaceous materials in a hybrid water treatment process based on adsorption and catalytic wet air oxidation.},
  author={Carine Julcour Lebigue and Caroline Andriantsiferana and N'Guessan Krou and Catherine Ayral and Elham Mohamed and Anne-Marie Wilhelm and Henri Delmas and Laurence Le Coq and Claire G{\'e}rente and Karl M. Smith and Suangusa Pullket and Geoffrey David Fowler and Nigel J. D. Graham},
  journal={Journal of environmental management},
  year={2010},
  volume={91 12},
  pages={
          2432-9
        }
}
This paper describes a preliminary evaluation of the performance of carbonaceous materials prepared from sewage sludges (SBCMs) in a hybrid water treatment process based on adsorption and catalytic wet air oxidation; phenol was used as the model pollutant. Three different sewage sludges were treated by either carbonisation or steam activation, and the physico-chemical properties of the resultant carbonaceous materials (e.g. hardness, BET surface area, ash and elemental content, surface… CONTINUE READING
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