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pH-Based Control Strategies for the Nitrification of High-Ammonium Wastewaters
Aquatic nitrogen pollution is one of the most urgent environmental issues requiring prevention and mitigation. Large quantities of high-ammonium wastewaters are generated by several industrial sectors, such as fertilizer and anaerobic-digestion plants. Nitrification of these wastewaters is commonly carried out, either to remove nitrogen or produce liquid fertilizers. Standard control methodologies for the efficient nitrification of high-ammonium wastewaters to produce liquid fertilizers havedoi:10.3390/fermentation7040319 fatcat:y52olx54vjdy7c2x6cc2qeeytu