Nitrification of a secondary municipal effluent using a rotating biological contactor
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Published by Wastewater Treatment Section, Pollution Control Branch, Ontario Ministry of the Environment in Toronto, Ont .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Sewage -- Purification -- Rotating disc process,
  • Nitrification

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby T. Hewitt.
SeriesResearch publication / Ontario Ministry of the Environment -- 71, Research publication (Ontario. Ministry of the Environment) -- 71
ContributionsOntario. Wastewater Treatment Section.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTD755 H4
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 41 p. ;
Number of Pages41
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19721974M

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EPA/ June NITRIFICATION OF SECONDARY MUNICIPAL WASTE EFFLUENTS BY ROTATING BIO-DISCS Jack A. Borchardt Shin Job Kang Tai Hak Chung The University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan M Grant No. Project Officer Edward J. Opatken Wastewater Research Division Municipal Environmental Research Laboratory Cincinnati, Ohio ^ MUNICIPAL . Rotating biological contactors (RBCs) for wastewater treatment began in the s. Removal of organic matter has been targeted within organic loading rates of up to g m −2 d −1 with an optimum at around 15 g m −2 d −1 for combined BOD and ammonia removal. Full nitrification is achievable under appropriate process conditions with oxidation rates of up to 6 g m −2 d −1 reported Cited by: Treatment of Phenol-Formaldehyde Resin Wastewater Using Rotating Biological Contactors L. W. Bracewell, D. Jenkins, and W. Cameron Energy Recovery From Anaerobic Rotating Biological Contactor (AnRBC) Treating High'Strength Carbonaceous Wastewaters A. A. Friedman and S. J. Tait, Sr. PART VII: CONCEPTS AND MODELS The Biological Approach to the Rotating Disc Process C. . Operation of Rotating Biological Contactor – Study on Sewage Treatment Plant. by Avinash Kumar Jha. The Rotating Biological Contactor (RBC) is a fixed film biological secondary treatment operation, a media, consisting of a series of circular disks mounted side by side on a common shaft is rotated through the waste-water flow.

1 Rotating biological contactors for wastewater treatment – a review 2 Abstract 3 Rotating biological contactors (RBCs) for wastewater treatment began in the ’s. Removal of 4 organic matter has been targeted within organic loading rates of up to g.m-2d-1 with an optimum 5 at around 15 g.m-2d-1 for combined BOD and ammonia removal. Full nitrification is achievable. A pilot scale rotating biological contactor was installed at Pullman, Washington, to investigate the feasibility of using this system to upgrade the existing wastewater treatment facilities to Author: Ali Hadi Ghawi. Rotating Biological Contactor: Rotating Biological contractor is one type of treatment system. Treatment system with RBC can be designed to provide to provide secondary or advanced level of treatment. Effluent BOD characteristics for secondary treatment are comparable to well – operated ASP. Secondary treatment is a treatment process for wastewater (or sewage) to achieve a certain degree of effluent quality by using a sewage treatment plant with physical phase separation to remove settleable solids and a biological process to remove dissolved and suspended organic compounds. After this kind of treatment, the wastewater may be called as secondary-treated wastewater.

The Biological Treatment – Attached Growth Processes Study Guide was the result of a collaborative effort of yearlong monthly meetings of wastewater operators, trainers, consultants, the Wisconsin Wastewater Operator Association (WWOA), and the Wisconsin Department ofFile Size: 1MB. A lab-scale rotating biological contactor (RBC) reactor operated under OLAND conditions was slowly adapted during days to increasing salt concentrations going up to 30 g NaCl L −1. The reactor performed well during this experimental period. However, the removal capacity of the reactor was lower under high-salinity by: rotating the biological contactor units by the weight of influent sewage and recirculated effluent is a viable alternative for the treatment of wastewater in small communities where sewage generation is not continuous. With the data available, the system can be operated File Size: KB.   Rotating biological contactor Last updated Janu Schematic diagram of a typical rotating biological contactor (RBC). The treated effluent clarifier/settler is not included in the diagram. A rotating biological contactor or RBC is a biological treatment process used in the treatment of wastewater following primary treatment.