Nitrogen and carbon removal from Fenton-treated leachate by denitrification and biofiltration.

  title={Nitrogen and carbon removal from Fenton-treated leachate by denitrification and biofiltration.},
  author={Huosheng Li and Shaoqi Zhou and Yan-bo Sun and Jiang Lv},
  journal={Bioresource technology},
  volume={101 20},

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