Effects of a nitrification inhibitor on decentralized biological wastewater treatment

Matthew Preisser, Kate Newhart & Tzahi Cath
Decentralized biological wastewater treatment has the potential to help communities conserve water and energy resources by tailoring effluent water quality for reuse closer to the point of generation. Because distributed wastewater treatment plants generally have a lower buffering capacity, pollutants pose a greater threat to the microbial community, which can greatly affect the quality of effluent water. Nitrification and denitrification are essential processes of biological wastewater treatment for the conversion of nitrogen from ammonium to...
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