Evaluates the effect of bioaugmentation on the activated sludge treatment of food wastewaters including those containing potato, starch, sugar and milk. Parameters of study include live liquid microorganisms, dosage, aeration time and wastewater strength. Concludes that bioaugmentation with addition of live liquid micro‐organisms improves total organic carbon (TOC) removal efficiency and reduces sludge production. Aerobic bioaugmentation is effective in TOC removal from potato, sugar and milk wastewater but not effective in the case of starch wastewater.
Lo, H. and Hung, Y. (1995), "Activated sludge treatment of food‐processing wastewater with bioaugmentation: a comparative study", Environmental Management and Health, Vol. 6 No. 3, pp. 27-33. https://doi.org/10.1108/09566169510090805Download as .RIS
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