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Page: 1. Simultaneous aerobic sludge stabilisation
activation plants with simultaneous sludge stabilisation the activation basin rebwp8:Activated sludge method is also the sludge stabilisation reactor. They operate without a primary sedimentation basin as otherwise primary sludge would be produced which have to be stabilised again separately ...
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Page: 2. Separate aerobic sludge stabilisation
age of the sludge is not sufficient for stabilisation, drawn off excess sludge can be aerated in a separate basin (0.5 mg/l O{}2) until it is nonputrefiable. Total stabilisation time = sludge age in activation stage residence time in stabilisation basin ...
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Page: 3. Aerobic-thermophilic sludge stabilisation
method is suitable for when decontamination is the objective. Good preliminary concentration is particularly important. Sludge which is produced is aerated in a closed tank (air or O{}2). When let out the sludge is conducted via a heat exchanger which preheats the freshly ...
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Page: 7. Sludge treatment
mechanical and biological sewage plants solids generally occur as screened material, sand trap material and fats, as well as primary, excess and precipitated sludge. Screen rebwp8:1 Screens ed material from coarse and fine screens 515 l ...
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Page: Biological sludge stabilisation
Before (almost) any further use or disposal it is necessary to make sedimentation, primary and excess sludge nonputrefiable quickly in order to prevent odour nuisances. This happens in a biologically anaerobic rebwp8:Oxygen content (sludge digestion) or aerobic rebwp8:Oxygen content ...
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Page: Chemical stabilisation
takes place by addition of lime (pH>10), as a result of which the bacteria rebwp8:Bacteria present in the sludge are inactivated. This type of stabilisation is usually just a temporary solution
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Page: Solidification and Stabilization
Solidification/Stabilization, In Situ (FRTR 2001) \\ \\ Introduction: Contaminants are physically bound or enclosed within a stabilized mass (solidification), or chemical reactions are induced between the stabilizing agent and contaminants to reduce their mobility (stabilization). \\ \\ Typical In Situ Vitrification System (FRTR 2001 ...
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