Biologische stabiliteit van drinkwater in een ander daglicht \ H twee O : tijdschrift voor watervoorziening en afvalwaterbehandeling [Artikel]
Mark, E. van der \ Magic-Knezev, A. \ Zandvliet, L. \ Ramaker, T. \ 2012
Biologische stabiliteit wordt meestal gedefinieerd door nagroei van Aeromonas spp. en heterotrofe bacteriën, koloniegetal 22°C, in het distributienet. In het kader van DisConTO is statistisch onderzoek naar langjarige metingen van Aeromonas spp. en k ...
Flow cytometry and adenosine tri-phosphate analysis: alternative possibilities to evaluate major bacteriological changes in drinking water treatment and distribution systems \ Water research : the journal of the International Association on Water Quality [Artikel]
Vital, M. \ Dignum, M. \ Magic-Knezev, A. \ Ross, P. \ Rietveld, L. \ Hammes, F. \ 2012
An ever-growing need exists for rapid, quantitative and meaningful methods to quantify and characterize the effect of different treatment steps on the microbiological processes and events that occur during drinking water treatment and distribution. H ...
Aspects of nitrification and denitrification in pure and mixed cultures = Aspecten van nitrificatie en denitrificatie in rein- en mengculturen [Proefschrift]
Arts, P.A.M. \ 1995
Differential production of heterotrophic bacteria in stratified Lake Vechten \ Ergebnisse der Limnologie = Advances in Limnology [Artikel]
Ellenbroek, F.M. \ Bär-Gilissen, M.J.B. \ Cappenberg, T.E. \ 1999
Effect of water composition, distance and season on the adenosine triphosphate concentration in unchlorinated drinking water in the Netherlands \ Water research : the journal of the International Association on Water Quality [Artikel]
Wielen, P.W.J.J. van der \ Kooij, D. van der \ 2010
The objectives of our study were to determine (1) the effect of water composition on the adenosine triphosphate (ATP) concentration in unchlorinated distributed drinking water from 6 treatment plants, (2) the effect of distance to the treatment plant ...
Experimental evaluation of decrease in bacterial activity due to cell death and activity decay in activated sludge \ Water research : the journal of the International Association on Water Quality [Artikel]
Hao, X. \ Wang, Q. \ Zhang, X. \ Cao, Y. \ Mark Loosdrecht, C.M.v \ 2009
Decrease in bacterial activity (cell decay) in activated sludge can be attributed to cell death (reduction in the amount of active bacteria) and activity decay (reduction in the specific activity of active bacteria). The aim of this experimental stud ...
Balancing the organic load and light supply in symbiotic microalgal-bacterial biofilm reactors treating synthetic municipal wastewater \ Ecological engineering : the journal of ecotechnology [Artikel]
Boelee, N.C. \ Temmink, H. \ Janssen, M. \ Buisman, C.J.N. \ Wijffels, R.H. \ 2014
Symbiotic microalgal-bacterial biofilms can be very attractive for municipal wastewater treatment. Microalgae remove nitrogen and phosphorus and simultaneously produce the oxygen that is required for the aerobic, heterotrophic degradation of organic ...
Scenario analysis of nutrient removal from municipal wastewater by microalgal biofilms \ Water [Artikel]
Boelee, N.C. \ Temmink, H. \ Janssen, M. \ Buisman, C.J.N. \ Wijffels, R.H. \ 2012
Microalgae can be used for the treatment of municipal wastewater. The application of microalgal biofilms in wastewater treatment systems seems attractive, being able to remove nitrogen, phosphorus and COD from wastewater at a short hydraulic retentio ...
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