Effect of biomass adaptation to the degradation of anionic surfactants in laundry wastewater using EGSB reactors.

@article{Delforno2014EffectOB,
  title={Effect of biomass adaptation to the degradation of anionic surfactants in laundry wastewater using EGSB reactors.},
  author={T. Delforno and A. Moura and D. Okada and M. Varesche},
  journal={Bioresource technology},
  year={2014},
  volume={154},
  pages={
          114-21
        }
}
Two expanded granular sludge bed reactors were operated. RAB (adapted biomass) was operated in two stages: Stage I, with standard LAS (13.2 mg L(-1)); and Stage II, in which the standard LAS was replaced by diluted laundry wastewater according to the LAS concentration (11.2 mg L(-1)). RNAB (not adapted biomass) had a single stage, using direct wastewater (11.5 mg L(-1)). Thus, the strategy of biomass adaptation did not lead to an increase of surfactant removal in wastewater (RAB-Stage II: 77… Expand
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