volume 40, issue 19, P3637-3645 2006
DOI: 10.1016/j.watres.2006.06.010
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Sergey Kalyuzhnyi, Marina Gladchenko, Arnold Mulder, Bram Versprille

Abstract: This paper reports about the successful laboratory testing of a new nitrogen removal process called DEAMOX (DEnitrifying AMmonium OXidation) for treatment of typical strong nitrogenous wastewater such as baker's yeast effluent. The concept of this process combines the recently discovered anammox (anaerobic ammonium oxidation) reaction with autotrophic denitrifying conditions using sulphide as an electron donor for the production of nitrite from nitrate within an anaerobic biofilm. To generate sulphide and ammo…

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