Impact of influent wastewater quality on nitrogen removal rates in multistage treatment wetlands

@inproceedings{Gajewska2015ImpactOI,
  title={Impact of influent wastewater quality on nitrogen removal rates in multistage treatment wetlands},
  author={Magdalena Gajewska and Krzysztof J{\'o}źwiakowski and Ahmed Ghrabi and Fabio Masi},
  booktitle={Environmental science and pollution research international},
  year={2015}
}
Nitrogen removal in treatment wetlands is influenced by many factors, and the presence of electron donors (biodegradable organic matter) and electron acceptors (nitrate ions) is the main limiting one; for obtaining these conditions, multistage treatment wetlands (MTWs) are required, where an extensive nitrification can be obtained in the first stages under aerobic conditions leaving then to the following anoxic/anaerobic stages the duty of the denitrification. Most of the biodegradable organic… CONTINUE READING

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