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Sequencing batch reactor activated sludge processes for the treatment of municipal landfill leachate; removal of nitrogen and refractory organic compounds



Sequencing batch reactor activated sludge processes for the treatment of municipal landfill leachate; removal of nitrogen and refractory organic compounds



Water Science and Technology 21(12): 1651-1654



Sequencing batch reactors were operated in aerobic and anoxic/anaerobic modes, with the addition of methanol as a hydrogen donor, to study the efficient removal of nitrogen and refractory organic compounds from municipal landfill leachate. Ammonium nitrogen concn ranged from 100 to 330 mg/litre. Refractory organics were present in concn of up to 150 mg/litre, as C.O.D.

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