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  • Microbial Activity in Granular Activated Carbon Filters in ...

    tion of natural organic matter (NOM) and/or inorganic compounds impacting drinking water quality, both from a public health point of view and/or its aesthetic appreciation, e.g. colour, taste, odour and turbidity. In the Netherlands, water treatment aiming at the removal of such

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  • Chapter 16 - Anaerobic Wastewater Treatment

    2016-2-12u2002·u2002Methanogenic bacteria are located at the end of the anaerobic food chain and, partly thanks to their activity, no large quantities of organic matter accumulate in anaerobic environments, where this matter is inaccessible to aerobic organisms. The anaerobic digestion process involves a …

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  • Removal of organic dissolved solids - ScienceDirect

    2007-1-1u2002·u2002The desired Removal of Organic Dissolved Solids 111 concentration of active floc is maintained by recirculating a specific volume of secondary settled sludge, normally about 20%. Higher sludge quantities lead to greater BOD removal and create a need for more air and food (organic matter) for proper balance.

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  • Nitrogen and Phosphorus Removal from Wastewater

    2014-9-22u2002·u2002The nitrate removal activity of a biofilm attached to the aspen wood from the bioreactor after 784 days of operation was 0.42 g NO 3-N/kg dry weight wood∙ day. There was no increase in the amount of dissolved organic matter in the outflow from the bioreactors.

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  • Biological filters to remove greywater nutrients ideass

    2011-3-7u2002·u2002An alternative form of greywater management is the biological filter, which uses natural processes to purify water. Biological filters have proven to be an appropriate technology for the treatment of domestic greywater, ensuring the effective removal of 95% of organic matter.

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  • Removal of bacterial and viral indicator organisms in full ...

    2020-1-1u2002·u2002No difference in removal efficiencies (α = 5%) of FIOs was found for the studied AGS and CAS systems. • 1.3 to 2.1 Log 10 removals for F-specific RNA bacteriophages were found for the CAS and AGS systems.. 1.1 to 2.3 Log 10 removals for E. coli, Enterococci, and TtC were obtained for the AGS and CAS systems.. The two stage CAS performed better than the carrousel CAS in removing F …

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  • Effects of organic compounds on freshwater life

    Sewage effluents is the greatest source of organic materials discharged to freshwaters. In England and Wales there are almost 9000 discharges releasing treated sewage effluent to rivers and canals and several hundred more discharges of crude sewage, the great majority of them tot the lower, tidal reaches of rivers or, via long outfalls, to the ...

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  • Sewage Wastewater Treatment Technologies 1.

    2015-11-30u2002·u2002Sewage Wastewater Treatment Technologies 1. Activated Sludge Process The most common suspended growth process used for municipal wastewater treatment is the activated sludge process. The municipal wastewater treatment is the BOD-removal. The removal of BOD is done by a biological process, such as

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  • (PDF) REMOVAL OF ALGAE, BACTERIA, AND ORGANIC

    Subsurface intakes are known to remove a significant percentage of algae, bacteria, natural organic matter, and in particular, transparent exopolymer particles that is known to be a precursor to ...

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  • (PDF) A Review of Biological Aerated Filters (BAFs) for ...

    A high concentration of active biomass can be retained in the packed bed, and nitrifying bacteria can be attached to the filter media. Removal efficiency becomes thus independent of clarification ...

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  • Impacts of sewage outbursts on seawater reverse osmosis ...

    2021-10-1u2002·u2002Differently than unamended ambient seawater, we found that 5–12 days after a sewage outburst the most significant reduction in the removal efficiency of organic foulant was related to TEP. Removal of particulate matter by coagulation and sand filtration is mostly based on media adsorption and size exclusion, ranging from 0.2 µm to 50 µm ...

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  • Chapter 16 - Anaerobic Wastewater Treatment

    2016-2-12u2002·u2002Methanogenic bacteria are located at the end of the anaerobic food chain and, partly thanks to their activity, no large quantities of organic matter accumulate in anaerobic environments, where this matter is inaccessible to aerobic organisms. The anaerobic digestion process involves a complex food web, in

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  • Evaluation of TSS BOD5 and TP in sewage effluent receiving ...

    2019-6-25u2002·u2002for sewage settling, some BOD removal and anaerobic digestion of solids. Anaerobic breakdown occurs when solids settle at the bottom and are eliminated as bacteria decompose organic matter. In addition, organic nitrogen is hydrolysed to ammonia in anaerobic ponds. From the anaerobic pond, wastewater flows into the primary facultative

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  • Sewage Wastewater Treatment Technologies 1. Activated ...

    2015-11-30u2002·u2002Sewage Wastewater Treatment Technologies 1. Activated Sludge Process The most common suspended growth process used for municipal wastewater treatment is the activated sludge process. The municipal wastewater treatment is the BOD-removal. The removal of BOD is done by a biological process, such as

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  • Nitrogen and Phosphorus Removal from Wastewater Treatment ...

    2014-9-22u2002·u2002The nitrate removal activity of a biofilm attached to the aspen wood from the bioreactor after 784 days of operation was 0.42 g NO 3-N/kg dry weight wood∙ day. There was no increase in the amount of dissolved organic matter in the outflow from the bioreactors.

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  • The inhibition of the Anammox process: A review ...

    2012-7-15u2002·u2002Because the heterotrophic bacteria grow faster than the autotrophic Anammox bacteria under high concentrations of organic matter, the heterotrophic bacteria eliminate the Anammox bacteria and thereby reduce the Anammox nitrogen removal capability,,, . This type of inhibition could be considered as a phenomenon of 'out-competition'.

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  • Analysis of municipal sewage pollution and denitrification ...

    2021-2-1u2002·u2002The removal rates of total organic matter, total nitrogen and total phosphorus were 95%, 88% and 81%, respectively. The difference between OLAND process and ANAM MOX process is that NO 2 –N is only used as oxidant in the former, and NO 2 –N is produced in the process itself, so process is not strictly anaerobic.

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  • SECONDARY TREATMENT

    The removal of dissolved and suspended carbonaceous BOD and the stabilization of organic matter found in wastewater is accomplished using a variety of microorganisms, principally bacteria. Microorganisms are used to oxidize the dissolved and suspended carbonaceous organic matter into simple end products and additional biomass.

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  • Wastewater Technology Fact Sheet - EPA

    2021-6-25u2002·u2002organic matter), and it is nitrified in the side stream nitrification aeration tank. A portion of the resulting biological sludge—containing a high percentage of nitrifiers—is discharged into the main aeration tank and provides the main activated sludge process with supplemental nitrifiers. This results in the plan

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  • Wastewater Technology Fact Sheet: Trickling Filter ...

    2012-9-26u2002·u2002heterotrophic bacteria grow much faster than nitriifers at high BOD concentrations. As a result, the nitrifiers can be over grown by heterotrophic bacteria and eventually cause the nitrification process to cease. In order to achieve a high level of nitrification efficiency, the organic loadings listed in Table 1 should be maintained. 2.

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  • Wastewater Treatment, Biological & Secondary Treatment

    The process of removing contaminants from the sewage or industrial wastewater and improving physico-chemical and biological characteristics of water using various physical, chemical and biological processes that allows safe discharge of used water into the environment or reuse of water for domestic or industrial purpose is known as waste water treatment.

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  • How Wastewater Treatment WorksThe Basics

    2012-9-26u2002·u2002treatment to remove nutrients and other contami-nants. Secondary Treatment The secondary stage of treatment removes about 85 percent of the organic matter in sewage by making use of the bacteria in it. The principal secondary treatment techniques used in secondary treatment are the trickling filter and the activated sludge process.

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  • Coliform Removal from Water - Pure Aqua, Inc

    Also, the untreated water entering the unit must be completely clear and free from any suspended sediment or organic matter to allow the UV light gain direct access to the bacteria. Make sure to install the best water filter for coliform bacteria removal before the UV system can be efficient for this purpose.

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  • Nitrogen and Phosphorus Removal from Wastewater

    2014-9-22u2002·u2002The nitrate removal activity of a biofilm attached to the aspen wood from the bioreactor after 784 days of operation was 0.42 g NO 3-N/kg dry weight wood∙ day. There was no increase in the amount of dissolved organic matter in the outflow from the bioreactors.

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  • Wastewater Technology Fact Sheet - EPA

    2021-6-25u2002·u2002organic matter), and it is nitrified in the side stream nitrification aeration tank. A portion of the resulting biological sludge—containing a high percentage of nitrifiers—is discharged into the main aeration tank and provides the main activated sludge process …

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  • Biological Wastewater Treatment in Warm Climate Regions

    2019-5-22u2002·u200231 Principles of organic matter removal in continuous-flow activated sludge systems 855 31.1 Preliminaries 855 31.2 Sludge age in activated sludge systems 857 31.3 Suspended solids concentration in the reactor 857 31.4 Calculation of the reactor volume 859 31.5 Substrate removal 862 31.6 Soluble BOD and total BOD in the effluent 865

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  • Activated Sludge - an overview

    Activated Sludge. The activated sludge is a process with high concentration of microorganisms, basically bacteria, protozoa and fungi, which are present as loose clumped mass of fine particles that are kept in suspension by stirring, with the aim of removing organic matter from wastewater.

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  • Wastewater Technology Fact Sheet: Trickling Filter ...

    2012-9-26u2002·u2002heterotrophic bacteria grow much faster than nitriifers at high BOD concentrations. As a result, the nitrifiers can be over grown by heterotrophic bacteria and eventually cause the nitrification process to cease. In order to achieve a high level of nitrification efficiency, the organic loadings listed in Table 1 should be maintained. 2.

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  • Secondary Wastewater Treatment

    Secondary Wastewater treatment is divided into two different treatment processes:-. 1. Aerobic Treatment: Aerobic wastewater treatment is a biological treatment that uses oxygen to break down organic matter and remove other pollutants like nitrogen and phosphorus. Aerobic treatment technologies are: Activated Sludge Process (ASP) Extended ...

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  • CONSTRUCTED WETLANDS TO TREAT WASTEWATER

    2018-3-8u2002·u2002Wetlands remove metals using a variety of processes including filtration of solids, sorption onto organic matter, oxidation and hydrolysis, formation of carbonates, formation of insoluble sulphides, binding to iron and manganese oxides, reduction to immobile forms by bacterial activity, and uptake by plants and bacteria.

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  • Wastewater Treatment, Biological & Secondary Treatment

    The process of removing contaminants from the sewage or industrial wastewater and improving physico-chemical and biological characteristics of water using various physical, chemical and biological processes that allows safe discharge of used water into the environment or reuse of water for domestic or industrial purpose is known as waste water treatment.

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  • How Wastewater Treatment WorksThe Basics

    2012-9-26u2002·u2002treatment to remove nutrients and other contami-nants. Secondary Treatment The secondary stage of treatment removes about 85 percent of the organic matter in sewage by making use of the bacteria in it. The principal secondary treatment techniques used in secondary treatment are the trickling filter and the activated sludge process.

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  • Coliform Removal from Water - Pure Aqua, Inc

    Also, the untreated water entering the unit must be completely clear and free from any suspended sediment or organic matter to allow the UV light gain direct access to the bacteria. Make sure to install the best water filter for coliform bacteria removal before the UV system can be efficient for this purpose.

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  • Nitrogen and Phosphorus Removal from Wastewater

    2014-9-22u2002·u2002The nitrate removal activity of a biofilm attached to the aspen wood from the bioreactor after 784 days of operation was 0.42 g NO 3-N/kg dry weight wood∙ day. There was no increase in the amount of dissolved organic matter in the outflow from the bioreactors.

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  • Wastewater Technology Fact Sheet - EPA

    2021-6-25u2002·u2002organic matter), and it is nitrified in the side stream nitrification aeration tank. A portion of the resulting biological sludge—containing a high percentage of nitrifiers—is discharged into the main aeration tank and provides the main activated sludge process …

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  • Biological Wastewater Treatment in Warm Climate Regions

    2019-5-22u2002·u200231 Principles of organic matter removal in continuous-flow activated sludge systems 855 31.1 Preliminaries 855 31.2 Sludge age in activated sludge systems 857 31.3 Suspended solids concentration in the reactor 857 31.4 Calculation of the reactor volume 859 31.5 Substrate removal 862 31.6 Soluble BOD and total BOD in the effluent 865

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  • Activated Sludge - an overview

    Activated Sludge. The activated sludge is a process with high concentration of microorganisms, basically bacteria, protozoa and fungi, which are present as loose clumped mass of fine particles that are kept in suspension by stirring, with the aim of removing organic matter from wastewater.

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  • Wastewater Technology Fact Sheet: Trickling Filter ...

    2012-9-26u2002·u2002heterotrophic bacteria grow much faster than nitriifers at high BOD concentrations. As a result, the nitrifiers can be over grown by heterotrophic bacteria and eventually cause the nitrification process to cease. In order to achieve a high level of nitrification efficiency, the organic loadings listed in Table 1 should be maintained. 2.

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  • Secondary Wastewater Treatment

    Secondary Wastewater treatment is divided into two different treatment processes:-. 1. Aerobic Treatment: Aerobic wastewater treatment is a biological treatment that uses oxygen to break down organic matter and remove other pollutants like nitrogen and phosphorus. Aerobic treatment technologies are: Activated Sludge Process (ASP) Extended ...

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  • CONSTRUCTED WETLANDS TO TREAT WASTEWATER

    2018-3-8u2002·u2002Wetlands remove metals using a variety of processes including filtration of solids, sorption onto organic matter, oxidation and hydrolysis, formation of carbonates, formation of insoluble sulphides, binding to iron and manganese oxides, reduction to immobile forms by bacterial activity, and uptake by plants and bacteria.

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  • Secondary treatments - Salher

    The CHC-OXI-MBR achieves high yields in the removal of organic matter, suspended solids and ammonium (BOD5: 99%, COD: 95%, N-NH4 +: 82%, SST: 99%, fecal coliforms: 99.9%). It is composed of Salher equipment manufactured in GFRP certified by an external body, with strict quality controls in its production process, which are also compact, modular ...

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  • Microalgae–bacteria consortium treatment technology for ...

    2018-12-18u2002·u2002A one-way analysis of variance for nutrient and organic matter removal between the combined and bacteria stand-alone systems is performed in Table 3. In combined treatment system removal, statistically significantly differences were observed among the means of NH 4 –N, TKN and ( {text{PO}}_{4} - {text{P}} ) at P < 0.05, whereas ...

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  • on: UASB Bioreactor for Sewage Treatment.' IUBAT

    2021-2-6u2002·u2002Process for Sewage Treatment Microorganisms play a key role in biological wastewater treatment processes. Basically, bacteria metabolize the organic matter, as shown in Figure 1. Under aerobic condition, oxygen is used as an electron acceptor during the degradation of organic matter. Under anaerobic conditions, in the absence

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  • Bod Removal Wastewater Treatment

    2019-4-29u2002·u2002These elements break down and feed bacteria which exist in the septic system. Bacteria naturally decomposes organic matter, but requires oxygen to do so. The larger and more numerous the organic matter, the more oxygen required to eliminate organic matter. The rate at which wastewater requires oxygen is known as the biological oxygen demand (BOD).

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  • Safe Use of Treated Sewage Water: A Practical Method to ...

    2018-8-5u2002·u2002Simply put, the function of Sewage Treatment Plant is to treat sewage water to get rid of organic matter, nitrogen, phosphorous and biological impurities such as bacteria and viruses which are ...

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  • Lecture 8. Biological Wastewater Treatment

    2010-5-15u2002·u2002• The bacteria is attached to the filter media forming a biological layer called also bio-film • Sprinkled wastewater over the filter media forms liquid film including food and dissolved oxygen. • The bacteria (bio-film) absorbs the organic matter and oxidized it producing CO2, H2O, NH3 and new cell

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  • Manahan Stanley E. WATER TREATMENT Fundamentals

    2010-2-19u2002·u2002high-density polyethylene or polystyrene, accumulate thin layers of attached biomass, which degrades organic matter in the sewage. Oxygen is absorbed by the biomass and by the layer of wastewater adhering to it during the time that the biomass is exposed to air. Both trickling filters and rotating biological reactors are examples of fixed-film

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  • Wastewater Treatment Fact Sheet: External Carbon

    2021-6-25u2002·u2002filters. wa. This fact sheet will provide info rmation on external supplemental carbon sources to utility managers and operators of wastewater treatment facilities that have existing nitrogen permit limits or will requiredbe to remove nitrogen in the future. OVERVIEW. Bacteria …

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  • (PDF) Removal of Heavy Metals from Sewage Sludge Using ...

    The heavy metal removal experiments were. carried out at various pH levels and contact time. for all the extractants used. For each extractant, extraction of samples of. dried sewage sludge ...

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  • REMOVAL OF COLOR, ODOR & TASTE

    TREATMENTS OF WATER. The presence of organic matter, algae, dissolved hydrogen Sulphide and contamination due to industrial wastes containing phenol, excessive chlorine, etc. and dissolved iron and manganese salts impart color, odor and taste to the water. Following are some important water treatment methods employed for removing color, taste and odor.. 1.

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  • Wastewater Treatment, Biological & Secondary Treatment of ...

    The process of removing contaminants from the sewage or industrial wastewater and improving physico-chemical and biological characteristics of water using various physical, chemical and biological processes that allows safe discharge of used water into the environment or reuse of water for domestic or industrial purpose is known as waste water treatment.

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  • How Wastewater Treatment WorksThe Basics

    2012-9-26u2002·u2002treatment to remove nutrients and other contami-nants. Secondary Treatment The secondary stage of treatment removes about 85 percent of the organic matter in sewage by making use of the bacteria in it. The principal secondary treatment techniques used in secondary treatment are the trickling filter and the activated sludge process.

    Get Price
  • Coliform Removal from Water - Pure Aqua, Inc

    Also, the untreated water entering the unit must be completely clear and free from any suspended sediment or organic matter to allow the UV light gain direct access to the bacteria. Make sure to install the best water filter for coliform bacteria removal before the …

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  • Nitrogen and Phosphorus Removal from Wastewater Treatment ...

    2014-9-22u2002·u2002The nitrate removal activity of a biofilm attached to the aspen wood from the bioreactor after 784 days of operation was 0.42 g NO 3-N/kg dry weight wood∙ day. There was no increase in the amount of dissolved organic matter in the outflow from the bioreactors.

    Get Price
  • Wastewater Technology Fact Sheet - EPA

    2021-6-25u2002·u2002organic matter), and it is nitrified in the side stream nitrification aeration tank. A portion of the resulting biological sludge—containing a high percentage of nitrifiers—is discharged into the main aeration tank and provides the main activated sludge process with supplemental nitrifiers. This results in the plan

    Get Price
  • Biological Wastewater Treatment in Warm Climate Regions

    2019-5-22u2002·u200231 Principles of organic matter removal in continuous-flow activated sludge systems 855 31.1 Preliminaries 855 31.2 Sludge age in activated sludge systems 857 31.3 Suspended solids concentration in the reactor 857 31.4 Calculation of the reactor volume 859 31.5 Substrate removal 862 31.6 Soluble BOD and total BOD in the effluent 865

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  • Activated Sludge - an overview

    Activated Sludge. The activated sludge is a process with high concentration of microorganisms, basically bacteria, protozoa and fungi, which are present as loose clumped mass of fine particles that are kept in suspension by stirring, with the aim of removing organic matter from wastewater.

    Get Price
  • Wastewater Technology Fact Sheet: Trickling Filter ...

    2012-9-26u2002·u2002heterotrophic bacteria grow much faster than nitriifers at high BOD concentrations. As a result, the nitrifiers can be over grown by heterotrophic bacteria and eventually cause the nitrification process to cease. In order to achieve a high level of nitrification efficiency, the organic loadings listed in Table 1 should be maintained. 2.

    Get Price
  • Secondary Wastewater Treatment

    Secondary Wastewater treatment is divided into two different treatment processes:-. 1. Aerobic Treatment: Aerobic wastewater treatment is a biological treatment that uses oxygen to break down organic matter and remove other pollutants like nitrogen and phosphorus. Aerobic treatment technologies are: Activated Sludge Process (ASP) Extended ...

    Get Price
  • CONSTRUCTED WETLANDS TO TREAT WASTEWATER

    2018-3-8u2002·u2002Wetlands remove metals using a variety of processes including filtration of solids, sorption onto organic matter, oxidation and hydrolysis, formation of carbonates, formation of insoluble sulphides, binding to iron and manganese oxides, reduction to immobile forms by bacterial activity, and uptake by plants and bacteria.

    Get Price