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Treatment Performance of and Analysis of Microbial Community of Suspended Solids Containing Synthetic Sewage Using Submerged Anaerobic Membrane Bioreactor
Journal of Japan Society on Water Environment
A submerged anaerobic membrane bioreactor (SAMBR) combining anaerobic digestion and membrane separation has recently attracted attention, because of its potential to recover methane and reduce sludge production in wastewater treatment. In this study, a lab-scale SAMBR that treats suspended solids containing synthetic sewage was continuously operated for 106 days at room temperature (25℃) to investigate the effect of hydraulic retention time (HRT) on its treatment performance and microbialdoi:10.2965/jswe.36.157 fatcat:ynrhmevlsffftkhd6ruomjsj5u