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Denitrification of high strength nitrified landfill leachate using raw and lightly composted commercial garden refuse (CGR) as carbon sources.
Waste is commonly disposed in landfills, this result in the formation of leachate which needs to be treated to acceptable standards before being discharged to the environment. High concentrations of pollutants, particularly ...
Denitrification of high strength landfill leachate using garden refuse compost and pine bark.
Landfill leachate, a toxic by-product formed through the decomposition of organic matter, is harmful to the environment and human health. After nitrification, the concentration of nitrate in discharged leachate may still ...
Nitrate removal using compost and pine bark as a carbon source.
Emissions resulting from waste degradation processes have a high polluting potential and are responsible for negative impacts on the environment. Landfill leachate is hazardous for the human health and the environment ...
An investigation into the technical feasibility of using vegetated submerged bed constructed wetlands for the treatment of landfill leachate.
Landfill leachate treatment in South Africa is still in its early stages; research has been conducted but primarily at pilot scale level. Current legislation in South Africa does not prohibit the discharge of landfill ...
Denitrification of leachate using domestic waste at different levels of stability : simulations in batch test.
Disposing of waste on land has been a method practiced by many countries because it is relatively inexpensive. This has led to the fast increase of landfilling option which is also due to increase of waste generation, ...