Biotechnology: a multi-volume comprehensive treatise, Volume 11
The first volume on environmental processes gives a profound overview on the biotechnology of wastewater.
Part I deals with general aspects such as microbial metabolism, biofilms, analytical techniques, threshold values, methods of monitoring and regulations.
Processes of wastewater treatment are presented in Part II: providing a lot of practical information origins and composition of wastewater from municipal, industrial and agricultural sources as well as aerobic and anaerobic processes in different types of reactors are described.
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Bacterial Metabolism in Wastewater
Nitrogen Removal During Wastewater Treatment
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