|Biological nitrogen removal with nitrification and denitrification via nitrite pathway|
|Peng, Yongzhen; Zhu, Guibing
|Source Publication||APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
|Abstract||Presently, the wastewater treatment practices can be significantly improved through the introduction of new microbial treatment technologies. To meet increasingly stringent discharge standards, new applications and control strategies for the sustainable removal of ammonium from wastewater have to be implemented. Partial nitrification to nitrite was reported to be technically feasible and economically favorable, especially when wastewater with high ammonium concentrations or low C/N ratios is treated. For successful implementation of the technology, the critical point is how to maintain partial nitrification of ammonium to nitrite. Partial nitrification can be obtained by selectively inhibiting nitrite oxidizing bacteria through appropriate regulation of the system's DO concentration, microbial SRT, pH, temperature, substrate concentration and load, operational and aeration pattern, and inhibitor. The review addressed the microbiology, its consequences for their application, the current status regarding application, and the future developments.|
|Keyword||Biological Nitrogen Removal
Peng, Yongzhen,Zhu, Guibing. Biological nitrogen removal with nitrification and denitrification via nitrite pathway[J]. APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY,2006,73(1):15-26.
Peng, Yongzhen,&Zhu, Guibing.(2006).Biological nitrogen removal with nitrification and denitrification via nitrite pathway.APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY,73(1),15-26.
Peng, Yongzhen,et al."Biological nitrogen removal with nitrification and denitrification via nitrite pathway".APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY 73.1(2006):15-26.
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