Some advanced wastewater treatment processes currently in use and in the pipeline are presented, including the EBPR, ANAMMOX, AOP, micro-membrane filtration and reverse osmosis. Three case studies of advanced wastewater treatment plants in southeast Queensland are mentioned. Current research activities include an ARC Linkage grant shared between USQ, UQ and Toowoomba City Council on the characterisation and reduction strategies of dissolved organic nitrogen, the use of respirometry in sequencing batch reactors (SBR), and innovative work by other workers. Respirometry was applied in a high strength phenolic wastewater; the inhibitory substrate was 97% COD removed at a SBR loading rate of 3.12 kg phenol m-3.d-1.
|Keywords:||Advanced Wastewater Treatment Processes, Membrane Technology, In-situ Respirometry, Dissolved Organic Nitrogen, Recycled Water|
Senior lecturer, Faculty of Engineering and Surveying, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia
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