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作者:Jinliang Chen , Yanbin Xu , Yuxin Li ...
来源:[J].Journal of Environmental Management(IF 3.057), 2019, Vol.240, pp.19-26
摘要:Abstract(#br)The combined process of a long-term biogas digester and double anoxic/oxic tanks is very commonly used in piggery wastewater treatment in South China, but the effluent does not meet the discharge standard of total nitrogen (TN) and chemical oxygen demand (COD Cr )...
作者:Zifeng Luo , Dehan Wang , Jie Yang ...
来源:[J].Journal of Cleaner Production(IF 3.398), 2019, Vol.212, pp.372-380
摘要:Abstract(#br)Due to the shortage of land resources in southern China, digested piggery wastewater needs to be treated before it can be discharged. However, the digested piggery wastewater often has low C/N and poor biodegradability. It is usually used to reduce NH 3 -N by a ma...
作者:Xiaolin Sheng , Rui Liu , Xiaoyan Song ...
来源:[J].Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering(IF 0.886), 2017, Vol.11 (3)
摘要:A traditional sequencing batch reactor (SBR) and two intermittently aerated sequencing batch reactors (IASBRs) were parallelly operated for treating digested piggery wastewater. Their microbial communities were analyzed, and the nitrogen removal performance was compared durin...
作者:Shuang Wang , Lan Wang , Liangwei Deng ...
来源:[J].Bioresource Technology(IF 4.75), 2017, Vol.241, pp.465-472
摘要:Abstract(#br)The performance of an autotrophic nitrogen removal process to treat digested piggery wastewater (DPW) was investigated by gradually shortening the HRT and enhancing the DPW concentration during 390 days of operation. The results showed that the total nitrogen remov...
作者:Xiaoyan Song , Rui Liu , Lujun Chen ...
来源:[J].Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering(IF 0.886), 2017, Vol.11 (3)
摘要:An intermittently aerated sequencing batch reactor (IASBR) and a traditional sequencing batch reactor (SBR) were parallelly constructed to treat digested piggery wastewater, which was in high NH 4 + -N concentration but in a low COD/TN ratio. Their pollut...
作者:Xiaoyan Song , Rui Liu , Lujun Chen ...
来源:[J].Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering(IF 0.886), 2017, Vol.11 (2)
摘要:A biofilm membrane bioreactor (BF-MBR) and a conventional membrane bioreactor (MBR) were parallelly operated for treating digested piggery wastewater. The removal performance of COD, TN, NH4 +-N, TP as well as antibiotics were simultaneously studied when th...
作者:D. Obaja , S. Macé , J. Mata-Alvarez
来源:[J].Bioresource Technology(IF 4.75), 2004, Vol.96 (1), pp.7-14
摘要:Abstract(#br)Experiments in a lab-scale SBR were conducted to demonstrate the feasibility of using an internal carbon source (non-digested pig manure) for biological nitrogen and phosphorus removal in digested piggery wastewater. The internal C-source used for denitrification had...
作者:Xuejun Quan , Changying Ye , Yanqi Xiong ...
来源:[J].Journal of Hazardous Materials(IF 3.925), 2010, Vol.178 (1), pp.326-332
摘要:Abstract(#br)The paper presented an efficient integrated physicochemical process, which consists of chemical precipitation and air stripping, for the simultaneous removal of NH 3 -N, total P and COD from anaerobically digested piggery wastewater. In the integrated process, C...
作者:Junying Liu , Wen Qiu , Yunpu Wang
来源:[J].Bioresources and Bioprocessing, 2017, Vol.4 (1), pp.1-12
摘要:Abstract(#br) Background(#br)Understanding about the impact of white rot fungi on indigenous bacterial communities, NH 4 + and turbidity in digested piggery wastewater, will allow the optimization of wastewater treatment methods and its use as a feasible medium for algal gro...
作者:Zifeng Luo , Dehan Wang , Jie Yang ...
来源:[J].Ecological Engineering(IF 2.958), 2020, Vol.143
摘要:Abstract(#br)Due to a low ratio of chemical oxygen demand (COD) to total nitrogen (TN) and poor biodegradability of digested piggery wastewater, lack of a carbon source in subsequent biological treatment limits denitrification, resulting in an accumulation of NO 2 -N and NO 3 -...

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