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- Korenak, J.; Ploder, J.; Trček, J.; Hélix-Nielsen, C.; Petrinic, I.
- International journal of environmental science and technology 2018 v.15 no.3 pp. 483-492
- Comamonas testosteroni; Galactomyces; Klebsiella oxytoca; Morganella morganii; Serratia marcescens; Trichosporon; activated sludge; aerobic conditions; azo dyes; bacteria; batch systems; biodegradation; biological treatment; bioprocessing; chemical oxygen demand; decolorization; fungi; genes; models; ribosomal RNA; sequence analysis; ultrafiltration; wastewater; wastewater treatment
- ... The main objective of this study was to investigate the efficiency of biological treatment of azo dye-containing wastewater with a sequencing batch reactor system, followed by ultrafiltration. The performance of the system was quantified by measuring the chemical oxygen demand and azo dye concentration. The biodegradation was carried out under combined alternating anaerobic and aerobic conditions ...
- Rodriguez Castillo, A.S.; Guihéneuf, S.; Biard, P.-F.; Paquin, L.; Amrane, A.; Couvert, A.
- International journal of environmental science and technology 2018 v.15 no.3 pp. 621-630
- acclimation; activated sludge; biodegradation; bioreactors; hydrophobicity; ionic liquids; toluene; volatile organic compounds
- ... Classical hydrophobic ionic liquids such as 3-butyl-1-methylimidazolium bis(trifluoroethylsulfonyl)imide or 3-butyl-1-methylimidazolium hexafluorophosphate application, as a non-aqueous liquid phase in a two-partitioning bioreactor to biodegrade hydrophobic volatile organic compounds by activated sludge, have been already reported in the literature, especially when the activated sludge was beforeh ...