Laboratory scale activated sludge (AS), facultative stabilization basin (FSB) and aerated stabilization basin (ASB) processes were operated under controlled parallel conditions to assess the AOX (adsorbable organic halogen) removal efficiencies attainable in each. A comparison of the results obtained under a variety of operating conditions indicated that higher removal efficiencies of total and filterable AOX were achieved in the FSB and ASB processes than in the AS system. Data are also presented to indicate the extent to which influent AOX was removed by biodegradation, biosorption and off-gas stripping.
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Research Article| July 01 1992
AOX Removal from Bleached Kraft Mill Wastewater: A Comparison of Three Biological Treatment Processes
Water Sci Technol (1992) 26 (1-2): 387–396.
E. R. Hall, W. G. Randle; AOX Removal from Bleached Kraft Mill Wastewater: A Comparison of Three Biological Treatment Processes. Water Sci Technol 1 July 1992; 26 (1-2): 387–396. doi: https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.1992.0418
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