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Phosphorus recovery potential in Sofia WWTP in view of the national sludge management strategy
In view of the vital importance of phosphorus and its increasing scarcity as a natural resource, phosphorus recovery has recently gained significant scientific and technical interest. The aim of this study is to support ...
Phosphorus recovery from sewage sludge by nanofiltration in diafiltration mode
Phosphorus containing mineral fertilizers are frequently used in agriculture. The global resources of phosphorus rock are limited, which makes the use of alternative phosphorus sources increasingly promising. In this work, ...
Separating powdered activated carbon (PAC) from wastewater – Technical process options and assessment of removal efficiency
Wastewater treatment plant effluents often contain anthropogenic micropollutants that can have harmful effects on aquatic ecosystems in the receiving water body. For this reason, more and more plants are being equipped ...
Comparison of methods to assess the integrity and separation efficiency of ultrafiltration membranes in wastewater reclamation processes
Membrane filtration is used in many water reuse applications, thanks to its high separation efficiency with regard to particles, bacteria, cysts and in the case of ultrafiltration even viruses. However, the separation ...
Methane potential from municipal biowaste: Insights from six communities in Maharashtra, India
Anaerobic digestion (AD) of biowaste can generate biogas with methane (CH4) as energy source and contribute to sustainable municipal solid waste management in India. Characteristic municipal biowastes sampled seasonally ...