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  • Anammox treatment of swine wastewater using immobilized technology 

    Magrí Aloy, Albert; Vanotti, M.B.; Szögi, Ariel (2010)
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    ppropriate land application of manure nitrogen at agronomic rates must be assured in order to preserve environmental quality of agricultural ecosystems, atmosphere, and water resources. When land ...
  • Characterization of a combined batch-continuous procedure for the culture of anammox biomass 

    Connan, Romain; Dabert, Patrick; Le Roux, Sophie; Chapleur, Olivier; Bridoux, Gilbert; Vanotti, M.B.; Béline, Fabrice; Magrí Aloy, Albert (2017-06-09)
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    Interest in autotrophic nitrogen (N) removal through anaerobic ammonium oxidation (anammox) is high in the field of wastewater treatment as a more economic and sustainable alternative than conventional nitrification-deni ...
  • Experiences with anammox in the USA: isolation, preservation and treatment performance of Brocadia caroliniensis 

    Vanotti, M.B.; Fujii, Takao; Szögi, Ariel; Rothrock, Michael; García-González, Maria Cruz; Kunz, Airton; Magrí Aloy, Albert; Furukawa, Kenji (2011)
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    A novel anammox bacteria Candidatus Brocadia caroliniensis, having Accession Deposit Number NRRL B-50286 and the characteristics of oxidizing ammonia and releasing di-nitrogen under anaerobic conditions, has been discovered. ...
  • Feasibility of enriching anammox bacteria using sludge from two wastewater treatment plants 

    Magrí Aloy, Albert; Guivernau Ribalta, Miriam; Delavari, Azar; Flotats Ripoll, Xavier; Viñas Canals, Marc; Prenafeta Boldú, Francesc Xavier; Vanotti, M.B. (2013)
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    Anaerobic ammonium oxidation (anammox) is a promising biotechnology suitable for the removal of nitrogen from wastewaters. A proper choice of the seeding sludge and operational conditions is critical when dealing with the ...
  • Novel anammox bacteria for wastewater treatment 

    Vanotti, M.B.; Fujii, Takao; Szögi, Ariel; Rothrock, Michael; García-González, Maria Cruz; Kunz, Airton; Magrí Aloy, Albert; Furukawa, Kenji; Martinez, José (2011)
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    A novel anammox bacteria Candidatus Brocadia caroliniensis, having Accession Deposit Number NRRL B-50286 and the characteristics of oxidizing ammonia and releasing di-nitrogen under anaerobic conditions, has been discovered. ...
  • Partial nitritation of swine wastewater in view of its coupling with the anammox process 

    Magrí Aloy, Albert; Vanotti, M.B.; Szögi, Ariel (2011)
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    Partial nitritation (PN) of swine wastewater was investigated in a sequencing batch reactor (SBR) using a high performance nitrifying sludge (HPNS). Characteristics of the wastewater used were low content of biodegradable ...
  • Streamlined ammonia removal from wastewater using biological deammonification process 

    Vanotti, M.B.; Martinez, José; Magrí Aloy, Albert; Szögi, Ariel; Fujii, Takao (2012)
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    In this work we evaluated biological deammonification process to more economically remove ammonia from livestock wastewater. The process combines partial nitritation (PN) and anammox. The anammox is a biologically mediated ...