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Title
Sequential partial ozonation for the treatment of wastewater concentrate : practical implications from a conventional and (eco) toxicological perspective
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Abstract
This article compares multi-stage ozonation-biological treatment processes [O3 - Biodegradation - O3 - Biodegradation] and conventional partial ozonation processes [O3 - Biodegradation] for the removal of SCOD and toxicity from a recalcitrant and toxic wastewater concentrate. Both direct (pH 7.5) and advanced (pH 11.5) ozonation are evaluated. Short-term estimation methods for biodegradability (respirometry) and toxicity (30 min Vibrio fisheri luminescence inhibition) are evaluated for their use in process control.
Language
English
Source (journal)
Ozone: science and engineering. - Elmsford
Publication
Elmsford : 2012
ISSN
0191-9512
Volume/pages
34:3(2012), p. 163-173
ISI
000304669100005
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UAntwerpen
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Creation 04.06.2012
Last edited 14.06.2017
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