Title

TREATMENT OF PHENOLIC WASTEWATER.

Abstract

Biological processes have shown the capability of acclimating to and stabilizing phenolic wastes containing high concentrations of phenols. However, in many instances these processes have performed inconsistently, especially when minor upsets occur in the system. This paper reports on a study to better define the biological treatment of phenols, in which two laboratory scale units were operated with temperature, wastewater characteristics and other environmental variables held reasonably constant. Included are a brief literature review of background information, a presentation of experimental procedure, presentation and discussion of the results and conclusions.

Publication Title

Proceedings of Mid-Atlantic Industrial Waste Conference

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