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A novel conditioning process for enhancing dewaterability of waste activated sludge by combination of zero-valent iron and persulfate (Bioresource Technology, 2015)Improvement of sludge dewaterability is crucial for reducing the costs of sludge disposal in wastewater treatment plants. This study presents a novel conditioning method for improving waste activated sludge dewaterability ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
Enhancing aerobic digestion of full-scale waste activated sludge using free nitrous acid pre-treatment (RSC Advances, 2015)Aerobic digestion is one of the mainstream technologies for waste activated sludge (WAS) reduction and stabilization prior to disposal, but its effectiveness is limited by the poor degradation of WAS. This study presents ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
(RSC Advances, 2015)Free nitrous acid (FNA) has been demonstrated to be effective in enhancing the degradability of waste activated sludge (WAS). Considering that extracellular polymeric substances (EPS) are a major component in sludge flocs, ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
Enhanced hydrogen production by photofermentative microbial aggregation induced by L-cysteine: the effect of substrate concentration, C/N ratio and agitation rate (RSC Advances, 2015)Continuous biomass washout from photobioreactors resulting from the poor flocculation of photofermentative bacteria (PFB) diverts electron flux away from hydrogen production to continuing biosynthesis. This work showed ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
Role of extracellular polymeric substances in improvement of sludge dewaterability through peroxidation (Bioresource Technology, 2015)Extracellular polymeric substances (EPS) was believed to be the primary factor determining the sludge dewaterability due to its ability to bind with water. Conventionally, several different mechanisms were proposed for the ...JOURNAL ARTICLE