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Sustainability of denitrifying bioreactors with various fill media

Originální název

Sustainability of denitrifying bioreactors with various fill media

Anglický název

Sustainability of denitrifying bioreactors with various fill media

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The paper presents the results of laboratory experiments achieved with bioreactors filled with eight different wood-based materials, namely mulch, a mixture of spruce and pine sawdust, a mixture of pine and larch bark, and chips made of oak, poplar, larch, beech, and spruce wood. A sustainability index was used to assess the impact of the bioreactor on the environment. The best results were shown by beech, mulch and poplar and were achieved with hydraulic retention times 1.6–0.7–2.2 days, respectively, and inlet nitrate-N concentration of 43.1 mg/L.

Anglický abstrakt

The paper presents the results of laboratory experiments achieved with bioreactors filled with eight different wood-based materials, namely mulch, a mixture of spruce and pine sawdust, a mixture of pine and larch bark, and chips made of oak, poplar, larch, beech, and spruce wood. A sustainability index was used to assess the impact of the bioreactor on the environment. The best results were shown by beech, mulch and poplar and were achieved with hydraulic retention times 1.6–0.7–2.2 days, respectively, and inlet nitrate-N concentration of 43.1 mg/L.

BibTex


@article{BUT140431,
  author="Jitka {Malá} and Zuzana {Bílková} and Karel {Hrich} and Kateřina {Schrimpelová} and Michal {Kriška-Dunajský}",
  title="Sustainability of denitrifying bioreactors with various fill media",
  annote="The  paper  presents  the  results  of  laboratory  experiments  achieved  with  bioreactors  filled  with  eight  different  wood-based  materials,  namely  mulch,  a  mixture  of  spruce  and pine sawdust, a mixture of pine and larch bark, and chips made of oak, poplar, larch, beech, and spruce wood. A  sustainability  index  was  used  to  assess  the  impact  of  the  bioreactor  on  the  environment.  The  best  results  were  shown by beech, mulch and poplar and were achieved with hydraulic retention times 1.6–0.7–2.2 days, respectively, and inlet nitrate-N concentration of 43.1 mg/L.
",
  address="Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences",
  chapter="140431",
  doi="10.17221/372/2017-PSE",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences",
  number="10",
  volume="63",
  year="2017",
  month="october",
  pages="442--448",
  publisher="Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}