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Use of bamboo charcoal reduced the cultivated anammox seed sludge dosage during the start-up period

Articles

Revue/Conférence:

DESALINATION AND WATER TREATMENT

Language:

English

Auteur:

Jin Yue; Wang Dunqiu; Zhang Wenjie

Année:

2016

Volume:

57

Numéro:

43

Pages:

20248-20253

Mots-clés:

Anammox; Bamboo charcoal; Granulation; Seed sludge

Bamboo charcoal (BC) was used in an anaerobic ammonium oxidation (anammox) process used for synthetic wastewater treatment with the aim of evaluating its use as a biocarrier to reduce the cultivated anammox seed sludge (CASS) dosage. The CASS dosage was reduced by more than 50% after BC was added to the anammox reactor. Furthermore, the time required for the start-up of the anammox reactor under the experimental conditions was reduced about six weeks after the addition of BC. A genetic analysis of the organisms in the granular bed revealed an abundance of Kuenenia stuttgartiensis and uncultured bacterium clone KIST-JJY001 enriched in the reactor.