Secondary treatment technologies include the basic activated sludge process, the variants of pond and constructed wetland systems, trickling filters
and other forms of treatment which use biological activity to break down organic matter
Conventional treatment of dairy wastewater by aerobic processes includes activated sludge, trickling filters
, aerated lagoons, or a combination of these (7).
In contrast to conventional treatment technology such as trickling filters
, sand filters and other media filter.
Evaluation of the nitrification rates of microbead and trickling filters
in an intensive recirculating tilapia production facility.
At WwTW A, secondary treatment consisted of trickling filters
and bubble-diffused air-activated sludge treatment.
Fisher said he has ordered four more HydroDoc units for the plant's 170-foot, diameter, 14-foot deep trickling filters
Our findings show that for hydrogen sulfide odor control at wastewater-treatment plants, you can convert chemical scrubbers to biological trickling filters
and still have the same treatment capacity much cheaper and safer.
Researchers later used down-flow trickling filters
and adapted upflow fluidized sand beds (FSBs) to warm water fish culture conditions.
In wastewater treatment facilities, trickling filters
and bed reactors help biofilms neutralize many chemicals found in sewage.
electricity), water courses, as well as degradation of the sludge drying beds, for fermentation, pavements, grid installation, grit chamber, trickling filters
, voorbezinktank, sedimentation tank, effluent and SWA consort, effluent venturi .
Achieving cost savings with nitrifying trickling filter
is dependent upon the ability to obtain high nitrification rates, and minimizing the size of the required process units, therefore the unique characteristics of trickling filters
that distinguish this from other processes must be recognized and accounted for in design.