Acta Biotechnol. volume 20, issue 1, P17-29 2000 DOI: 10.1002/abio.370200104 View full text
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J. Marek, J. Paca, A. M. Gerrard

Abstract: The dynamic behaviour of biofilters intended to remove toluene and xylene from air was studied during transient states. Laboratory scale biofilters were filled with a mixture of peat, bark and wood and inoculated with a mixed microbial population. Toluene and xylene were applied both as single pollutants and as mixtures. Attention was focused on the evaluation of the following transients: the response of biofilters to step changes and peaks in pollutant concentrations, the effect of changes between single and…

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