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Nutrient Removal From Fertilizer Wastewater Using Biological Treatment

Aliff bin Rosli, Aliff (2008) Nutrient Removal From Fertilizer Wastewater Using Biological Treatment. Other thesis, Universiti Teknologi Petronas.

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Abstract

Actobic and anaerobic treatment uf* letIiliict wastewater was evaluated in this study I his study was focused to investigate the etlrctivencss of the Nutrient Removal of' f'ct-tlll/cl wastcwatcr using biological trcatmcnt It can reduce the amount of nutrient in order to have sett ut optimum corlcciltratloll that can be released to the sea of rivet l heie wete two systems of treatment, the aerobic trcatmcnt and anaerobic-aerobic trcatmcnt in this study The systems w-crc Crain I (1 I) consists of SAUK T1 icactoi and actobic T1 tcactur and 'Itaitt 2 ('12) consists of aerobic C2 reactor only The volume of aetobic reactor is IH liters while sem i-anaerobic hauled reactor is approximately 17 liters The sludge was acclimatised and maintained obits concentration between 20(R) mg/l. to SU(N) ing/l. The main tests involved in this study were ammonia, nitrate and phosphorus The Mixed l. itluot Suspended Solids (%1l. 55) and Mixed Liquor Volatile Suspended Solids (Ml. VSS) were also had been tested to maintain the concentration of sludge so that it in the cxtcndcd actatton From the biological treatment, only ammonia-nitrate had been removed efficiently but fin the phosphorus it was increased Ulm percentage icrnoval of'anlmunta between. Influent and SAltR II cIlltient was ', K°o, SAltK II effluent and Aerobic II effluent was 71°o and Inllucnt and Actobic T2 effluent was "It°a, and nitrate was. Influent and SAIIK I'I effluent is S2%%wö,h ile SAIIK TI effluent and Aerobic 'T'I cfllucnt is t)S increased and Influent and Aerobic I2 cfllucnt is tti°o removal And there was no removal in phosphorus III

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Subject: T Technology > TA Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General)
Divisions: ?? sch_eng ??
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Date Deposited: 11 Jan 2012 12:18
Last Modified: 19 Jan 2017 15:49
URI: http://utpedia.utp.edu.my/id/eprint/36

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