Waste Gas Treatment for Resource Recovery

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ContributionsPiet, N.L. Lens (Editor), Christian Kennes (Editor), Pierre Le Cloirec (Editor)
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Number of Pages512
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Open LibraryOL8930518M
ISBN 101843391279
ISBN 109781843391272

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New trends in wastewater treatment are addressing energy and resource recovery in holistic platforms. These include upstream and downstream procedures, and try to address energy neutrality, or at least economic profitability.

Purple phototrophic bacteria (PPB) are emerging as a core for photo-assisted biological processes for these purposes. Additionally, resource recovery will be introduced with a focus on water re-use and nutrient recovery.

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