The reactivity of dissolved organic carbon, present in the effluent of a wastewater treatment plant, with ozone
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|Student report, Wageningen University, Environmental Technology|
|Msc Thesis||MSc Thesis Bioprocess Engineering - Biotechnology - Bioprocess Engineering - Wageningen University|
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|Toelichting (Engels)||Current wastewater treatment techniques are not sufficient in the removal of micro pollutants. New techniques, such as advanced oxidation with ozone, are being studied to improve the removal of micro pollutants. The problem with these systems is that ozone does not only react with the targeted micro pollutants, but also with the dissolved organic carbon present in the wastewater. This increases the amount of ozone needed to remove the micro pollutants and thus the costs of the process. Removing the most interfering dissolved organic carbons as a pre-treatment would lower the costs. This thesis investigates the reaction of dissolved organic carbon with ozone, to find the most interfering organic matter in the ozonation of micro pollutants.|