volume 40, issue 14, P2684-2694 2006
DOI: 10.1016/j.watres.2006.05.008
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Oliver Schneider, Vasiliki Sereti, Marcel A.M. Machiels, Ep H. Eding, Johan A.J. Verreth

Abstract: The effluent from the drumfilter of a recirculation aquaculture system was used as substrate to produce heterotrophic bacteria in suspended growth reactors. The effects of organic carbon supplementation (0, 3, 6, 8 g/l sodium acetate) and of hydraulic retention times (11-1h) on bacteria biomass production and nutrient conversion were investigated. Bacteria production, expressed as volatile suspended solids (VSS), was enhanced by organic carbon supplementation, resulting in a production of 55-125 g VSS/kg fish …

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