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Control of activated sludge filamentous bulking - VI. Formulation of basic principles


, : Control of activated sludge filamentous bulking - VI. Formulation of basic principles. Water Research 19(8): 1017-1022

The factors affecting the over-growth of filamentous microorganisms in activated sludge are reviewed. These include the composition of the treated wastewater, the concn of dissolved oxygen in an aeration tank, the concn of soluble substrate on which microorganisms grow, and the technological parameters of the process (sludge loading and age in particular).

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