Nitrogen removal by a nitritation-anammox bioreactor at low temperature.

@article{Hu2013NitrogenRB,
  title={Nitrogen removal by a nitritation-anammox bioreactor at low temperature.},
  author={Ziye Hu and Tommaso Lotti and Merle K de Kreuk and Robbert Kleerebezem and Mark van Loosdrecht and Jans Kruit and Mike S. M. Jetten and Boran Kartal},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={79 8},
  pages={2807-12}
}
Currently, nitritation-anammox (anaerobic ammonium oxidation) bioreactors are designed to treat wastewaters with high ammonium concentrations at mesophilic temperatures (25 to 40°C). The implementation of this technology at ambient temperatures for nitrogen removal from municipal wastewater following carbon removal may lead to more-sustainable technology with energy and cost savings. However, the application of nitritation-anammox bioreactors at low temperatures (characteristic of municipal… CONTINUE READING
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