Kinetics of biological absorption final purification of biologically cleaned waste water from bioresistant contaminants

Patkina, O. I.; Abramov, A. V.
November 2010
Chemical & Petroleum Engineering;Nov2010, Vol. 46 Issue 11/12, p652
Academic Journal
Purification of a mixture of domestic waste water and industrial effluent from pharmaceutical preparation production is considered. Experimental research is provided and a mathematical model of purification is constructed. It is concluded that use of a biological absorber makes it possible to increase considerably the removal rate for residual contaminants.


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