Sulfide and methane production in sewer sediments.

@article{Liu2015SulfideAM,
  title={Sulfide and methane production in sewer sediments.},
  author={Yiwen Liu and Bing-Jie Ni and Ramon Ganigu{\'e} and Ursula Werner and Keshab Raj Sharma and Zhiguo Yuan},
  journal={Water research},
  year={2015},
  volume={70},
  pages={
          350-9
        }
}
Recent studies have demonstrated significant sulfide and methane production by sewer biofilms, particularly in rising mains. Sewer sediments in gravity sewers are also biologically active; however, their contribution to biological transformations in sewers is poorly understood at present. In this study, sediments collected from a gravity sewer were cultivated in a laboratory reactor fed with real wastewater for more than one year to obtain intact sediments. Batch test results show significant… CONTINUE READING
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