Microalgae-based advanced municipal wastewater treatment for reuse in water bodies

@article{Wang2017MicroalgaebasedAM,
  title={Microalgae-based advanced municipal wastewater treatment for reuse in water bodies},
  author={Jing-han Wang and Tian-Yuan Zhang and Guo-Hua Dao and Xue-Qiao Xu and Xiao-xiong Wang and Hong -Ying Hu},
  journal={Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology},
  year={2017},
  volume={101},
  pages={2659-2675}
}
Reuse of secondary municipal effluent from wastewater treatment plants in water bodies could effectively alleviate freshwater resource shortage. However, excessive nutrients must be efficiently removed to prevent eutrophication. Compared with other means of advanced wastewater treatment, microalgae-based processes display overwhelming advantages including efficient and simultaneous N and P removal, no requirement of additional chemicals, O2 generation, CO2 mitigation, and potential value-added… CONTINUE READING
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