Development of Flexible Fibre Biofilm Reactors for Treatment of Milk Processing Wastewater
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Food processing industries use considerable amounts of fresh water for their industrial purposes. These industries generate large quantities of high strength organic wastewaters which are usually biodegradable and amenable to biological treatment systems. Numbers of biological methods are still in use for the treatment of food processing wastewaters, either anaerobic or aerobic systems. In this research, the performance using newly developed laboratory scale sequencing batch flexible fibre biofilm reactor (SB-FFBR), single stage flexible fibre biofilm reactor (SS-FFBR) and newly developed multiple stage flexible fibre biofilm reactors (MS-FFBR) for treatment of milk processing wastewater were experimentally investigated.
Thesis (PhD Doctorate)
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Griffith School of Engineering
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Scale sequencing batch flexible fibre biofilm reactor (SB-FFBR)
Single stage flexible fibre biofilm reactor (SS-FFBR)
Multiple stage flexible fibre biofilm reactors (MS-FFBR)