Wastewater Biosolid Composting Optimization Based on UV-VNIR Spectroscopy Monitoring

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Beatriz Temporal-Lara; Ignacio Melendez-Pastor; Ignacio Gómez; Jose Navarro-Pedreño;

Conventional wastewater treatment generates large amounts of organic matter–rich sludge that requires adequate treatment to avoid public health and environmental problems. The mixture of wastewater sludge and some bulking agents produces a biosolid to be composted at ad... View more
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