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Sludge reduction by Oligochaetes in a full scale reactor : reactor characteristics and worm biomass dynamics [Studentenverslag]
Gennep, C. van \ 2010
In this study, population dynamics of a full scale worm reactor were investigated. The first part of the research consisted of characterizing performances of a full scale reactor and comparing performances with continuous lab scale reactors reported ...
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Sludge reduction by aquatic worms in wastewater treatment : with emphasis on the potential application of Lumbriculus variegatus [Proefschrift]
Elissen, H.J.H. \ 2007
In wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs), large amounts of biological waste sludge are produced. In the Netherlands, the application of this sludge in agriculture or disposal in landfills is no longer allowed, mainly because of its high heavy metal con ...
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The effect of operating conditions on aquatic worms eating waste sludge \ Water research : the journal of the International Association on Water Quality [Artikel]
Hendrickx, T.L.G. \ Temmink, H. \ Elissen, H.J.H. \ Buisman, C.J.N. \ 2009
Several techniques are available for dealing with the waste sludge produced in biological waste water treatment. A biological approach uses aquatic worms to consume and partially digest the waste sludge. In our concept for a worm reactor, the worms ( ...
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Aquatic worm reactor for improved sludge processing and resource recovery [Proefschrift]
Hendrickx, T.L.G. \ 2009
Municipal waste water treatment is mainly achieved by biological processes. These processes produce huge volumes of waste sludge (up 1.5 million m3/year in the Netherlands). Further processing of the waste sludge involves transportation, thickening a ...
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Operation of an aquatic worm reactor suitable for sludge reduction at large scale \ Water research : the journal of the International Association on Water Quality [Artikel]
Hendrickx, T.L.G. \ Elissen, H.H.J. \ Temmink, H. \ Buisman, C.J.N. \ 2011
Treatment of domestic waste water results in the production of waste sludge, which requires costly further processing. A biological method to reduce the amount of waste sludge and its volume is treatment in an aquatic worm reactor. The potential of s ...
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Design parameters for sludge reduction in an aquatic worm reactor \ Water research : the journal of the International Association on Water Quality [Artikel]
Hendrickx, T.L.G. \ Temmink, H. \ Elissen, H.J.H. \ Buisman, C.J.N. \ 2010
Reduction and compaction of biological waste sludge from waste water treatment plants (WWTPs) can be achieved with the aquatic worm Lumbriculus variegatus. In our reactor concept for a worm reactor, the worms are immobilised in a carrier material. Th ...
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Slibverwerking met wormen: toepasbaar voor RWZI's? \ Afvalwaterwetenschap : driemaandelijks tijdschrift voor geinteresseerden in een wetenschappelijke benadering van afvalwater en daaraan gerelateerde onderwerpen [Artikel]
Hendrickx, T. \ Temmink, H. \ Elissen, H. \ Buisman, C. \ 2009
De verwerking van afvalslib uit biologische zuivering van industrieel en huishoudelijk afvalwater is kostbaar en de uiteindelijke verwerkingsmethode is veelal verbranding. Met behulp van aquatische wormen kan de hoeveelheid afvalslib worden gereducee ...
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