Sequencing batch reactor systems are characterised by the imposition of controlled short-term unsteady-state conditions leading over time to a stable steady state with respect to the composition and metabolic properties of the microbial population in the reactor. The success story of SBR technology is based upon the great potential provided by the possibility of influencing the microbial system, but also upon the fact that SBRs are comparatively easy to operate and cost efficient. In consequence, worldwide interest in SBR technology has grown rapidly for both scientific research and full-scale applications Four years after the first SBR conference was held in Munich, Germany, researchers, consultants, manufacturers and operators gathered in Narbonne, France, for a second international meeting to exchange experiences and new ideas, to get an overview of the current state of the SBR technology, and to learn about novel developments. From the 45 oral and 66 poster presentations, 48 papers have been selected for these proceedings, dealing with Fundamental studies Mathematical modelling and process control Nutrient removal Novel approaches Industrial wastewaters and leachates Full-scale applications. The information provided constitutes a genuinely authoritative state-of-the-art survey that will help to focus future research and to develop the performance of SBR plants.
Publisher: IWA Publishing ISBN: 9781900222747 Number of pages: 382 Weight: 454 g Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 18 mm
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