Dimethyl sulfide removal from synthetic waste gas using a flat poly(dimethylsiloxane)-coated composite membrane bioreactor.

@article{Bo2003DimethylSR,
  title={Dimethyl sulfide removal from synthetic waste gas using a flat poly(dimethylsiloxane)-coated composite membrane bioreactor.},
  author={Inge De Bo and Jeroen Heyman and Jochen Vincke and Willy Verstraete and Herman R Van Langenhove},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2003},
  volume={37 18},
  pages={4228-34}
}
The reduction of volatile organic sulfur emissions should be completely as they cause odor nuisance, even when they are emitted in very small amounts. In general, biofilters are applied for odor reduction, but their operational control is limited. A new biotechnique for the treatment of complex emissions is the use of membranes integrated within bioreactors (MBRs). In this study, the reactor performance of MBRs for removal of dimethyl sulfide (DMS) as a model compound is presented. Composite… CONTINUE READING
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