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Record number 549610
Title Corrigendum to “Opinion paper about organic trace pollutants in wastewater: Toxicity assessment in a European perspective"
Author(s) Pedrazzani, Roberta; Bertanza, Giorgio; Brnardić, Ivan; Cetecioglu, Zeynep; Dries, Jan; Dvarionienė, Jolanta; García-Fernández, Antonio J.; Langenhoff, Alette; Libralato, Giovanni; Lofrano, Giusy; Škrbić, Biljana; Martínez-López, Emma; Meriç, Süreyya; Mutavdžić Pavlović, Dragana; Papa, Matteo; Schröder, Peter; Tsagarakis, Konstantinos P.; Vogelsang, Christian
Source Science of the Total Environment 669 (2019). - ISSN 0048-9697 - p. 1062 - 1062.
DOI https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.03.203
Department(s) WIMEK
Environmental Technology
Publication type Non-refereed article in scientific journal
Publication year 2019
Abstract

The authors regret that, despite thoroughly reviewing the manuscript, the content of a paragraph has been duplicated and has to be ignored <For the aerobic acute tests; laboratory-scale fill-and-draw reactors with hydraulic retention time of one day were established and sustained at sludge ages of 10 and 2 days at steady state under aerobic conditions and a series of fully aerated batch reactors for kinetic investigations of peptone-meat extract mixture biodegradation and acute/chronic inhibition of the selected antibiotics (Pala-Ozkok, 2012). Fill and-draw reactors were fed with peptone-meat extract mixture at concentrations characterizing domestic wastewaters. To determine the acute and chronic inhibition effects of the selected antibiotics, batch experiments were conducted with 50 mg/L antibiotic additions. Respirometric tests were performed to determine the effect of antibiotics on unacclimated (acute effect) and acclimated (chronic) biomass, which yielded oxygen uptake rate (OUR) profiles. Obtained OUR profiles were used for simulation to determine the kinetic properties of each activated sludge biomass. The inhibitory impact of selected antibiotics was observed as a decrease in the amount of oxygen consumed in the OUR tests, which led to the conclusion that antibiotics have the property to block the microbial substrate consumption (Ozkok et al., 2011). The kinetic evaluation revealed that antibiotic substances mainly increase endogenous decay levels, the half-saturation constant of the substrate and inhibit hydrolysis of different COD fractions (Pala-Ozkok, 2012).>.

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