Biological treatment of gaseous emissions containing dimethyl sulphide generated from pulp and paper industry.

@article{Giri2013BiologicalTO,
  title={Biological treatment of gaseous emissions containing dimethyl sulphide generated from pulp and paper industry.},
  author={Balendu Shekher Giri and R A Pandey},
  journal={Bioresource technology},
  year={2013},
  volume={142},
  pages={420-7}
}
A bench scale biofilter packed with compost and wood chips seeded with potential DMS degrading culture (Bacillus sphaericus) could efficiently remove DMS from ambient air with removal efficiency (RE%) of 71 ± 11 at an effective bed contact time (EBCT) of 360 ± 20s with loading rate in the range of 4-28 gDMS/m(3)/h. Further, the same biofilter operated for the treatment of vent gas generated from a P&P industry indicated DMS removal of 61 ± 18% at optimal EBCT of 360 ± 25s with a loading rate in… CONTINUE READING

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