Up-scaling aquaculture wastewater treatment by microalgal bacterial flocs: from lab reactors to an outdoor raceway pond.

@article{Hende2014UpscalingAW,
  title={Up-scaling aquaculture wastewater treatment by microalgal bacterial flocs: from lab reactors to an outdoor raceway pond.},
  author={Sofie Van Den Hende and Veerle Beelen and Ga{\"e}lle Bore and Nico Boon and Han Vervaeren},
  journal={Bioresource technology},
  year={2014},
  volume={159},
  pages={
          342-54
        }
}
Sequencing batch reactors with microalgal bacterial flocs (MaB-floc SBRs) are a novel approach for photosynthetic aerated wastewater treatment based on bioflocculation. To assess their technical potential for aquaculture wastewater treatment in Northwest Europe, MaB-floc SBRs were up-scaled from indoor photobioreactors of 4 L over 40 and 400 L to a 12 m(3) outdoor raceway pond. Scale-up decreased the nutrient removal efficiencies with a factor 1-3 and the volumetric biomass productivities with… CONTINUE READING
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