Development of the Intermittent Cyclic Process for simultaneous nitrogen and phosphorus removal

@inproceedings{Hamamoto1997DevelopmentOT,
  title={Development of the Intermittent Cyclic Process for simultaneous nitrogen and phosphorus removal},
  author={Y. Hamamoto and Shigekiyo Tabata and Yoko Okubo},
  year={1997}
}
Technology to simultaneously remove nitrogen and phosphorus from wastewater by carrying out aerobic and anaerobic operations in a single reactor has been developed by the authors. The Intermittent Cyclic Process can be used with two reactors, operating at opposite stages, to receive and treat influent on an uninterrupted basis. Research has been carried out in the: laboratory; pilot plant; and in a 540 m 3 full scale wastewater plant. Experiments with aeration time ratios (aeration time to… CONTINUE READING

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