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Title: Assessment of the ozonation and Fenton process as a pretreatment of a subsequent biological treatment based on respirometric measurements
Authors: Van Aken, Pieter
Luyten, Jan
Degrève, Jan
Liers, Sven
Issue Date: 23-May-2011
Publisher: IOA-EA3G and IUVA
Host Document: IOA IUVA world congress and exhitibion 2011: ozone and UV leading-edge science and technologies: proceedings pages:1-7
Conference: IOA IUVA World Congress and Exhibition edition:20 location:Paris, France date:23-27 May 2011
Abstract: During the last decades, the industrial sector has been confronted with important challenges concerning the water treatment. Stricter norms and a rising fresh water cost make a more profound effluent purification, possibly coupled with water reuse, more and more necessarily. In this paper, the potential contribution of the integration of chemical oxidation with biological treatmetn in realising these challenges, has been examined. In this study, the Fenton process and the ozonation process are evaluated based on both conventional analytical measurements and respirometry. During the past decades, respirometry has increasingly been employed to obtain biokinetic characteristics, and it is considered one of the most important information sources in activated sludge process modelling. From the investigated AOPs, the Fenton process leads to the best results based on both degradation of organic pollutants and enhancement of biodegradability. An overall COD degradation by the combined treatmetn between 69% and 86% can be achieved.
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IC
Appears in Collections:Bio- & Chemical Systems Technology, Reactor Engineering and Safety Section
Sustainable Chemical Process Technology TC, Technology Campus De Nayer Sint-Katelijne-Waver
Sustainable Chemical Process Technology TC

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