Anaerobic Treatment of Wastewater in Fixed Film Reactors
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Anaerobic Treatment of Wastewater in Fixed Film Reactors Proceedings of a Specialized Seminar of the Iawprc Held in Copenhagen, Denmark, 16-18 June, 1982 ... Science and Technology, V. 15, No. 8/9) by M. Henze

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Published by Pergamon .
Written in English


  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Fixed-film biological process,
  • Sewage,
  • Environmental Engineering & Technology,
  • Congresses,
  • Purification

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ContributionsSpecialised Seminar of the Iawprc (Contributor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages389
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9266123M
ISBN 100080310184
ISBN 109780080310183

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Like the fluidized bed reactor, the UASB shows potential for domestic wastewater treatment. Application of anaerobic fixed film reactors Design considerations Many factors influence the design and operation of any anaerobic fixed film process, and these, in turn, will dictate the economy of each of the three configurations discussed in this :// In any case, COD removal efficiencies from to mg l −1 justify wastewater pre-treatment without any external heating. 4. Conclusions. The anaerobic fixed-film reactor with non-random support is a very appropriate system for pre-treatment of wastewater with high organic load and high solids concentration, such as slaughterhouse :// Wastewater treatment plant design needs to accommodate changing temperatures, and somewhat limited capacity is a key criticism of low strength anaerobic treatment such as Anaerobic Membrane The consumption of large volumes of water and the generation of organic compounds as liquid effluents are major environmental problems in sugar cane processing industry. The aim of this work is to study the treatment of synthetic sugar wastewater by a downflow stationary fixed film (DSFF) reactor. The reactor was fabricated and packed with polyvinyl chloride pipe pieces and it was air tight

The KEE Group can offer design, installation and operation of on-site treatment plants. Their technologies include anaerobic digestion, aerobic processes including RBC and Submerged Aerated fixed film systems, extended aeration and SBR activated sludge processes, complemented with physical and physio-chemical ://   Anaerobic Fixed Film Reactor (AFFR) Wastewater Treatment System On 4 March , senior management of Chol Charoen Group, BIOTEC, and researchers from King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT) hosted the visit of H.E. Dr. Pravit Ratanapian, Minister of Science and Technology to the Chol Charoen Starch Mill in Chonburi /anaerobic-fixed-film-reactor-affr-wastewater-treatment-system.   COST EFFECTIVE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PROCESSES: ANAEROBIC DOMESTIC WASTEWATER TREATMENT USING FIXED FILM REACTOR AS A LOW-COST TREATMENT ALTERNATIVE Low Energy, Easy Operation and Maintenance, Sustainable, and Reuse Ezzat Abdel Shafi1, Hisham S. Abdel Halim1, Mohamed a2, and Mohamed to enter with anaerobic technology, owing to the general prejudices against biological treatment in general and anaerobic treatment in particular. However, most of the reactors listed in Table 2 perform better than expected and the number of chemical applications is steadily growing. Table 2. Anaerobic treatment in chemical ://

Therefore, in the present study, for the biological removal of DEP from synthetic wastewater, two different anaerobic biofilm-based reactors, including anaerobic fixed film baffled reactor (AnFFBR) and up-flow anaerobic fixed film fixed bed reactor (UAnFFFBR), were   Anaerobic Processes (Chapter 10) Used for treatment of sludges and high strength (usually > mg/L COD) waste waters Can now be used for dilute strength waste waters if a fixed film system is used 90% of new treatment processes in developing countries (i.e. Mexico) are anaerobic. Advantages 1. Less energy required (no aeration needed)   Anaerobic filter is a fixed-film biological wastewater treatment process in which a fixed matrix (support medium) provides an attachment surface that supports the anaerobic microorganisms in the form of a biofilm. Treatment occurs as wastewater flows upwards through this bed and dissolved pollutants are absorbed by   Najafpour et al. () evaluated the treatment of palm oil mill effluent in an upflow anaerobic sludge-fixed film reactor (a hybrid reactor with a part of upflow fixed film on an upflow anaerobic sludge blanket section). The authors claim that the major problem associated with UASB reactors is the long start-up period (2 – 4 months) and a