A number of new technologies for the advanced treatment of wastewater have recently been developed. The oxidative cometabolic transformation by methanotrophs and by nitrifiers represent new approaches in relation to organic carbon. The Biological Activated Carbon Oxidative Filters characterized by thin biofilms are also promising in that respect. Moreover, implementing genetically modified organisms with improved catabolic potential in advanced water treatment comes into perspective. For very refractory effluents chemical support techniques, like e.g. strong chemical oxidation, can be lined up with advanced biology.
Research Article|August 01 1999
New Biology for Advanced Wastewater Treatment
Water Sci Technol (1999) 40 (4-5): 137-144.
K. Miserez, S. Philips, W. Verstraete; New Biology for Advanced Wastewater Treatment. Water Sci Technol 1 August 1999; 40 (4-5): 137–144. doi: https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.1999.0585
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