Bioremediation of copper-containing wastewater by sulfate reducing bacteria coupled with iron.

@article{Bai2013BioremediationOC,
  title={Bioremediation of copper-containing wastewater by sulfate reducing bacteria coupled with iron.},
  author={He Bai and Yong Kang and Hongen Quan and Yang Han and Jiao Sun and Ying Feng},
  journal={Journal of environmental management},
  year={2013},
  volume={129},
  pages={350-6}
}
In order to treat copper-containing wastewater effectively using sulfate reducing bacteria (SRB), iron (Fe(0)) was added to enhance the activity of SRB. The SRB system and the SRB + Fe(0) system were operated under continuous operation. The sulfate reduction efficiency of the SRB + Fe(0) system was twice as much as that of the SRB system with the sulfate loading rate at 125  mg L(-1) h(-1). The effect of COD/SO4(2-) on sulfate reduction indicates an enhanced activity of SRB by adding Fe(0). 99… CONTINUE READING

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