One-stage Deammonification Process - Mbbr versus Ifas Configurations - Development Updates and Application Considerations

@inproceedings{Zhao2014OnestageDP,
  title={One-stage Deammonification Process - Mbbr versus Ifas Configurations - Development Updates and Application Considerations},
  author={Hong Zhao and Justin S. Bell and Glenn Thesing and Simon Piveteau and Magnus Smets Christensson and Frederic Veuillet and Juan Gerardo {\'A}valos Ochoa and Romain Lemaire},
  year={2014}
}
The ANITATM Mox Process is a single-stage deammonification process utilizing moving bed biofilm reactor (MBBR) technology. Early studies indicated that the Integrated Fixed-Film Activated Sludge (IFAS) configuration was an effective approach to improve ANITATM Mox performance. Two studies on ANITATM Mox IFAS were conducted at full-scale and pilot-scale levels. The full-scale study compared the IFAS and MBBR configurations side-by-side in 50-m reactors. The second study was a pilot study on the… CONTINUE READING