Effect of pH on Pretreatment of Sulfate-Laden Wastewater for Mixotrophic Desulfurization-Denitrification Process

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An anaerobic attached-growth bioreactor was set up to treat wastewater rich in sulfate and organic carbon. It was the pretreatment of mixotrophic desulfurization-denitrification process. With pH decreasing from 8 to 7, the sulfate removal rate and oxidation reduction potential increased, while sulfide generating rate and effluent pH decreased. When pH value was maintained at 7.5, the removal rates of sulfate and organic carbon reached 91.5% and 90.5%, respectively. Meantime, the generating rate of sulfide reached 47.8%, which was beneficial to the subsequent treatment and to the thorough removal of sulfurous compounds. The results showed that the suitable influent pH in sulfate reduction stage for the pretreatment of desulfurization-denitrification process was 7.5.

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Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 113-116)

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Zhenyu Du and X.B Sun

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429-433

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W. Li et al., "Effect of pH on Pretreatment of Sulfate-Laden Wastewater for Mixotrophic Desulfurization-Denitrification Process", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 113-116, pp. 429-433, 2010

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June 2010

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