3.6. Future perspective of SFT bioreactors
A single stage K-Ras(G12C) inhibitor 6 nitrogen removal over nitrite using STF reactors under natural air convection is technically feasible. Nitrogen removal (52–54%) was observed because of the coexistence of nitrifiers and Anammox bacteria and was governed by the DO (1.5–2 mg O2/L) and pH (about 8.0). Both STF reactors showed robustness to NLR fluctuations, short HRT (1.71–2.96 h) and had a similar nitrogen removal capacity. The STF or “extended DHS” bioreactor is a promising technology that could be coupled with a UASB reactor to develop a cost-effective post-treatment system for ammonium removal provided extensive organic matter removal is achieved upstream.
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Endocrine-disrupting pesticides; Nitrogen removal; Phragmites communis (P. communis); Biofilm; Polluted source water