Effects of A2ON Process on Denitrifying Dephosphatation

Lifang Guo, Shanquan Jiang


In combination with activated sludge process and biomembrance process, based on the principle of denitrifying dephosphatation, A2ON processes for biphase sequencing batch reactor biological nutrient removal (BNR) treatment have been developed, with an emphasis on the effects of the ratio of COD to TN (COD/TN) variations on the BNR treatment. Results indicated that the process possessed stable effects, showed strong flexibility for water quality, could attenuate the aerobic requirement and decrease the competition of denitrifying and dephosphation for carbon source to a greater degree, and meanwhile guaranteed that nitrifying bacteria about a generation time could grow stably.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/mas.v4n11p110

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