AEROBIC BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT


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<anchor role="natural" id="p2000a1f99986_93"></anchor><emphasis role="italic"><emphasis role="bold">AEROBIC BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT</emphasis></emphasis>Aerobic biological wastewater treatment is the process by which microorganisms use the waste’s organic component, in the presence of oxygen, to produce cell growth and end products of carbon dioxide and water. Most designs are developed to achieve secondary wastewater treatment levels. The primary processes are characterized as activated sludge, pond systems, trickling filters, and rotating biological contactors.
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Citation
Robert A. Corbitt: Standard Handbook of Environmental Engineering, Second Edition. AEROBIC BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 1999), AccessEngineering Export