The role of inorganic nitrogen in successful formation of granular biofilms for wastewater treatment that support cyanobacteria and bacteria

@inproceedings{StauchWhite2017TheRO,
  title={The role of inorganic nitrogen in successful formation of granular biofilms for wastewater treatment that support cyanobacteria and bacteria},
  author={Kristie Stauch-White and Varun N. Srinivasan and W. Camilla Kuo-Dahab and Chul Park and Caitlyn S. Butler},
  booktitle={AMB Express},
  year={2017}
}
Recently, the use of phototrophs for wastewater treatment has been revisited because of new approaches to separate them from effluent streams. One manifestation uses oxygenic photogranules (OPGs) which are dense, easily-settleable granular biofilms of cyanobacteria, which surrounding populations of heterotrophs, autotrophs, and microalgae. OPGs can remove COD and nitrogenous compounds without external aeration. To better grow and maintain biomass in the proposed wastewater process, this study… CONTINUE READING
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