The characteristics of problematic biofilms (i.e., fouling and clogging layers) were studied with regards to the removal and fate of trace metals (contents well under 100 microg/L) during the long-term operation of a pilot-scale membrane bioreactor for the treatment of real wastewaters from a large industrial area.

Role and characteristics of problematic biofilms within the removal and mobility of trace metals in a pilot-scale membrane bioreactor

LAMPIS, Silvia;ZANETTI, Letizia;CECCHI, Franco;FATONE, Francesco
2013

Abstract

The characteristics of problematic biofilms (i.e., fouling and clogging layers) were studied with regards to the removal and fate of trace metals (contents well under 100 microg/L) during the long-term operation of a pilot-scale membrane bioreactor for the treatment of real wastewaters from a large industrial area.
MBR; Real industrial wastewater; Trace heavy metals; Sorption–desorption; Clogging sludge; EPS
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