Case study of a system to prevent algal and biofilm build up in a decorative pond in front of a corporate headquarters.
- Danish Clean Water A/S
- Algae and bacteria prevention in a decorative pond - Case Study
Kuriverter IK-110 application in industrial water preparation for a boiler system
Download our case study about successful treatment with Kuriverter IK 110 for effective elimination of biofilms on RO membranes. Learn how we saved 28% in total operation costs using Kuriverter IK 110 in industrial water preparation for boiler system. Download CS126 here: https://www.kurita.eu/en/case-studies
Biofiltration optimization: phosphorus supplementation effects on disinfection byproduct formation ...
This study investigates the effects of phosphorus supplementation on the formation potential of total trihalomethanes (TTHMfp) and five species of haloacetic acids (HAA5fp) during exposure to clearwell disinfection contact times. In addition, the study investigates the effects of phosphorus supplementation on the dissolved oxygen, organic carbon and nitrogen removal along with biofilm coverage of the filter media and biomass viability of the attached biofilm. The uptake of total phosphorus in the P enhanced...
4 reasons chlorine dioxide should be your preferred sanitiser
To the lay-person, a commercial kitchen is just a floor and some equipment that needs a good clean regularly. They don’t understand the dangers of bacterial contamination and how easy it is for food to be affected. Most commercial kitchens will use bleach, or a similar sanitiser, to keep their space safe. Today, we will share with you the top five reasons you should be using chlorine dioxide instead. Chlorine dioxide is more effective. When we say that chlorine dioxide is more effective, we are referring...
The role of Arthrobacter viscosus in the removal of Pb(II) from aqueous solutions
The aim of this paper was to establish the optimum parameters for the biosorption of Pb(II) by dead and living Arthrobacter viscosus biomass from aqueous solution. It was found that at an initial pH of 4 and 26 °C, the dead biomass was able to remove 97% of 100 mg/L Pb(II), while the living biomass removed 96% of 100 mg/L Pb(II) at an initial pH of 6 and 28 ± 2 °C. The results were modeled using various kinetic and isotherm models so as to find out the mechanism of Pb(II) removal by A. viscosus. The modeling...
Pentachlorophenol degradation by Pseudomonas fluorescens
Fluorescent Pseudomonads strains were considered as plant growth promoting bacteria. They exhibited antagonistic activities against phytopathogens and showed bio-fertilizing properties. The strain Pseudomonas fluorescens PsWw128, isolated from wastewater, can use the pentachlorophenol (PCP) as the sole source of carbon and energy. High-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) and spectrophotometric methods were used to follow the PCP degradation and biomass PsWw128 formation. However, the removal efficiency of...