Anaerobic treatment as a core technology for energy, nutrients and... (2008)

Titel Anaerobic treatment as a core technology for energy, nutrients and water from source-separated domestic waste(water)
Gepubliceerd in Water Science and Technology, Vol. 57, No. 8, p.1207-1212. ISSN 0273-1223.
Auteur Zeeman, G.; Kujawa, K.; Mes, de T.Z.D.; Graaff, de M.S.; Abu-Ghunmi, L.N.A.H.; Mels, A.R.; Meulman, B.; Temmink, B.G.; Buisman, C.J.N.; Lier, van J.B.; Lettinga, G.
Datum 2008
Trefwoord(en) afvalwaterbehandeling, anaƫrobe afbraak, energiebehoud, fosfor, stikstof, verwijdering, scheiding, verzamelen, afvalwater, urine, nieuwe sanitatie, waste water treatment, anaerobic digestion, energy conservation, phosphorus, nitrogen, removal, separation, collection, waste water, urine, new sanitation
Taal Engels
Type Artikel
Samenvatting Based on results of pilot scale research with source-separated black water (BW) and grey water (GW), a new sanitation concept is proposed. BW and GW are both treated in a UASB (-septic tank) for recovery of CH4 gas. Kitchen waste is added to the anaerobic BW treatment for doubling the biogas production. Post-treatment of the effluent is providing recovery of phosphorus and removal of remaining COD and nitrogen. The total energy saving of the new sanitation concept amounts to 200 MJ/year in comparison with conventional sanitation, moreover 0.14 kg P/p/year and 90 litres of potential reusable water are produced
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Persistent Identifier urn:nbn:nl:ui:32-371755
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Bron Wageningen Universiteit & Researchcentrum

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