Enhanced hydrolysis of carbohydrates in primary sludge under biosulfidogenic conditions.

Abstract

The potential for using readily available and cost-effective complex carbon sources, such as primary sludge (PS), for the bioremediation of sulfate-rich effluent streams, including acid mine drainage, has been constrained by the slow rate of solubilization and low yield of soluble products. Disposal of PS also remains a global problem. Recent studies of a… (More)

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@article{WhittingtonJones2006EnhancedHO, title={Enhanced hydrolysis of carbohydrates in primary sludge under biosulfidogenic conditions.}, author={Kevin Whittington-Jones and J B Molwantwa and P. D. Rose}, journal={Water research}, year={2006}, volume={40 8}, pages={1577-82} }