Beneficial Use of Sludge from Sewage Plants and Water Works

  • Jonas Göransson
  • Ingemar Karlsson
Conference paper

Abstract

Pure water is one of our most important assets today. Therefore there are increasing demands on water treatment. It is our responsibility to return the water to nature in the same condition as we borrow it.

Keywords

Sugar Hydrolysis Phosphorus Magnesium Sulphide 

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References

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    Karlsson, I., Göransson, J., Rindell, K.: Use of Internal Carbon from Sludge in Biological Wastewater Treatment. In: Chemical Water and Wastewater Treatment II, R. Klute and H.H. Hahn, (Eds.). Springer, Berlin Heidelberg New York 1992, pp. 329–339.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    Smith, G., Göransson, J.: Generation of an Effective Internal Carbon Source for Denitrification Through Thermal Hydrolysis of Preprecipitated Sludge. The 6th IAWPRC Conference on Design and Operation, 1991, pp. 216-223.Google Scholar
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    Ericsson, B., Held, H.: Inverkan av slamhydrolys vid förhöjt tryck och temperatur på slammets egenskaper, 1991 (in Swedish).Google Scholar

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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1994

Authors and Affiliations

  • Jonas Göransson
    • 1
  • Ingemar Karlsson
    • 1
  1. 1.Kemira Kemi AB, KemwaterHelsingborgSweden

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