volume 53, issue 1, P45-56 2007
DOI: 10.1002/jctb.280530108
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Abstract: Abstract The present study evaluates the capability of sulphonated lignin (S‐lignin) and calcium to promote anaerobic sludge granulation, which is of prime importance in the operation of upflow anaerobic sludge bed (UASB) ‐like reactors. One of two reactors fed with a synthetic sugar waste was stepwise supplemented with a spent liquor rich in S‐lignin from a neutral sulphite semi‐chemical pulping plant to reach an addition rate of 0.17 g S‐lignin per gram volatile suspended solid (VSS) per day. This resulted …

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