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Biological Treatment of Wastewater by Addition of Activated Carbon Powder (CAP)

  title={Biological Treatment of Wastewater by Addition of Activated Carbon Powder (CAP)},
  author={Robert L. Fares and Abderrahmane Aissa and Abed Bouadi and Mourad Ait Lounis},
The units in the Arzew industrial area discharge significant quantities of liquid (industrial) discharges containing solvents, heavy metals, suspended solids and other organic loads that are discharged into the sewerage system and/or the receiving environment without adequate treatment. The use of powdered activated carbon (CAP) makes it possible to considerably reduce the concentrations of organic pollutants contained in the effluents by its optimum adsorption capacity. The aim of this… 

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