Monitoring and troubleshooting of non-filamentous settling and dewatering problems in an industrial activated sludge treatment plant

Kjellerup, B.V.; Keiding, K.; Nielsen, P.H.
August 2001
Water Science & Technology;2001, Vol. 44 Issue 2/3, p155
Academic Journal
Analyzes the settling and dewatering problems of a sludge wastewater treatment plant. Characterization of the changes in floc properties; Conduction of a comprehensive monitoring program; Relation between the deterioration of floc strength and downstream dewatering problems.


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