publication . Article . Other literature type . 2015

Bioremediation Kinetics of Pharmaceutical Industrial Effluent

Monika Šabić; M. Vuković Domanovac; Z. Findrik Blažević; Ernest Meštrović;
Open Access Croatian
  • Published: 01 Jan 2015
Abstract
In recent years, concerns about the occurrence and fate of pharmaceuticals that could be present in water and wastewater has gained increasing attention. With the public’s enhanced awareness of eco-safety, environmentally benign methods based on microorganisms have become more accepted methods of removing pollutants from aquatic systems. This study investigates bioremediation of pharmaceutical wastewater from pharmaceutical company Pliva Hrvatska d.o.o., using activated sludge and bioaugmented activated sludge with isolated mixed bacterial culture. The experiments were conducted in a batch reactor in submerged conditions, at initial concentration of organic matt...
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free text keywords: pharmaceuticals, Kinetics;, bioremediation;, bioaugmentation;, wastewater, Kinetika; bioremedijacija; bioaugmentacija; otpadna voda; farmaceutici, Kinetics; bioremediation; bioaugmentation; wastewater, pharmaceuticals, Animal science, Environmental engineering, Physics, lcsh:Chemistry, lcsh:QD1-999
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