Manganese removal efficiencies and bacterial community profiles in non-bioaugmented and in bioaugmented sand filters exposed to different temperatures

@article{Casalini2020ManganeseRE,
  title={Manganese removal efficiencies and bacterial community profiles in non-bioaugmented and in bioaugmented sand filters exposed to different temperatures},
  author={Lucila Ciancio Casalini and A. Piazza and F. Masotti and V. A. Pacini and Graciela Sanguinetti and J. Ottado and Natalia Gottig},
  journal={Journal of water process engineering},
  year={2020},
  volume={36},
  pages={101261}
}
  • Lucila Ciancio Casalini, A. Piazza, +4 authors Natalia Gottig
  • Published 2020
  • Chemistry
  • Journal of water process engineering
  • Abstract Biological sand filtration systems are widely used to remove Manganese (Mn) from groundwater. Different experiences have demonstrated that low environmental temperatures decrease the performance of these systems. In order to overcome this problem, in a previous work, a Pseudomonas sagittaria strain named MOB-181, that showed high Mn(II) oxidation and biofilm formation capacities when grown at low temperatures, was isolated. Here, the impact of summer and winter temperatures on Mn… CONTINUE READING
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