Rapid establishment of phenol- and quinoline-degrading consortia driven by the scoured cake layer in an anaerobic baffled ceramic membrane bioreactor

@article{Wang2017RapidEO,
  title={Rapid establishment of phenol- and quinoline-degrading consortia driven by the scoured cake layer in an anaerobic baffled ceramic membrane bioreactor},
  author={Wei Wang and Shun Wang and Xuesong Ren and Zhenhu Hu and Shoujun Yuan},
  journal={Environmental Science and Pollution Research},
  year={2017},
  volume={24},
  pages={26125-26135}
}
Although toxic and refractory organics, such as phenol and quinoline, are decomposed by anaerobic bacteria, the establishment of specific degrading consortia is a relatively slow process. An anaerobic membrane bioreactor allows for complete biomass retention that can aid the establishment of phenol- and quinoline-degrading consortia. In this study, the anaerobic digestion of phenol (500 mg L−1) and quinoline (50 mg L−1) was investigated using an anaerobic baffled ceramic membrane bioreactor… CONTINUE READING

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