UMass Amherst CE-ENGIN 697W - Accepted Manuscript (37 pages)

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University of Massachusetts Amherst
Course:
Ce-Engin 697w - ST-Advanced Topics in Water Chemistry and Process Engineering
ST-Advanced Topics in Water Chemistry and Process Engineering Documents

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Accepted Manuscript Title Biodegradation of the Endogenous Residue of Activated Sludge Authors Abdellah Ramdani Peter Dold St phane D l ris Daniel Lamarre Alain Gadbois Yves Comeau PII S0043 1354 09 00849 5 DOI 10 1016 j watres 2009 12 037 Reference WR 7819 To appear in Water Research Received Date 29 July 2009 Revised Date 23 November 2009 Accepted Date 22 December 2009 Please cite this article as Ramdani A Dold P D l ris S Lamarre D Gadbois A Comeau Y Biodegradation of the Endogenous Residue of Activated Sludge Water Research 2009 doi 10 1016 j watres 2009 12 037 This is a PDF file of an unedited manuscript that has been accepted for publication As a service to our customers we are providing this early version of the manuscript The manuscript will undergo copyediting typesetting and review of the resulting proof before it is published in its final form Please note that during the production process errors may be discovered which could affect the content and all legal disclaimers that apply to the journal pertain ACCEPTED MANUSCRIPT 1 Biodegradation of the Endogenous Residue of Activated Sludge a b c d d 2 Abdellah Ramdani Peter Dold St phane D l ris Daniel Lamarre Alain Gadbois Yves 3 Comeau RI PT a 4 5 a 6 P O Box 6079 Station centre ville Montreal Quebec H3C 3A7 Canada 7 b 8 Canada 9 c SC Department of Civil Geological and Mining Engineering Ecole Polytechnique of Montreal M AN U EnviroSim Associates Ltd 7 Innovation Drive Suite 205 Flamborough Ontario L9H 7H9 Anjou Recherche Veolia Environment BP79 Chemin de la Digue 76 400 Maisons Laffitte 10 France 11 d 12 Corresponding author Tel 1 514 340 4711 ext 3966 Fax 1 514 340 5918 13 E mail address abdellah ramdani polymtl ca 14 15 Abstract EP TE D John Meunier Inc 4105 Sartelon Street Saint Laurent Quebec H4S 2B3 Canada This study evaluated the potential biodegradability of the endogenous residue in activated sludge 17 subjected to batch digestion under either non aerated or alternating aerated and non aerated 18



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