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Fate of organic compounds in a pilot-scale activated sludge plant : DynTreat model validation study

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Wageningen Agricultural University, Department of Agricultural, Environmental and Systems Technology (WAU, AEST); H. Temmink, B, Klapwijk



In many cases organic compounds enter the sewer system and finally appear in municipal activated sludge plants. The processes taking place in these plants (sorption to the sludge, air stripping, surface volatilisation and biodegradation) determine their distribution among the environmental compartments air, water and sludge. A model which predicts this distribution would be a useful element in a general system to assess the environmental concentrations to which the environment will be exposed. For this purpose a new model, called DynTreat was developed.



192 p.
fig., tab.
(RIZA report ; 98.059)
(SPA report)
By order of the Association Internationale de la Savonnerie et de la Détergence and the Comité Européen des Agents de Surface Intermédiaires Organiques (AISE/CESIO) and The Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management, Rijkswaterstaat, Institute for Inland Water Management and Waste Water Treatment
Member of the steering committee: P. Kuiper
With summaries in Dutch and English
With ref.
ISBN 903695214X

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