Hydraulic selection to transform and improve activated-sludge based wastewater treatment

Emily Blair, Rudy Maltos, Ryan Holloway, Dave Vuono & Tzahi Cath
A majority of wastewater plants in the United States use conventional activated sludge (CAS) in their treatment process. While CAS is a common practice, it is not without faults. One of its drawbacks is the difficulty in maintaining the process, as it is often prone to bulking, which is caused by an undesired build up of filamentous bacteria and results in sludge that does not settle. Additional drawbacks include limited space for WWTPs to expand...
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