Economic And Energy-Efficient Nitrogen Removal From High Ammonia Strength Wastewater Using Algae, Bacteria, And Ion Exchange
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Economic And Energy-Efficient Nitrogen Removal From High Ammonia Strength Wastewater Using Algae, Bacteria, And Ion Exchange

With increasing pressure on natural resources and the need for clean water and sustainable and energy efficient technologies, wastewater treatment plants are pushed towards integration of resource and energy recovery. The most commonly used approach is the addition of anaerobic digestion of waste organic matter. Operation of anaerobic digesters at thermophilic temperatures results in increased biogas production, which can be used to generate heat and electricity onsite. The downside of this process is the generation of reject water produced during...

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