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Maximising the photobiological production of hydrogen using leachate, while monitoring algal photosynthesis using pam fluorometry.
Hydrogen is universally known as the most efficient renewable energy source capable of meeting global energy demands. Chlamydomonas reinhardtii has the ability to produce biohydrogen during the metabolic engineering of ...
Nitrate removal from treated landfill leachate using a mix of vegetable waste and immature compost as a carbon source (simulation) in batches.
The aim of this dissertation was to investigate how effective the process of removing nitrates from treated leachate, and if it is possible to apply to a landfill treatment plant. The leachate is high strength landfill ...
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 ...
Investigation into the denitrification of high strength landfill leachate using pine bark and raw and composted commercial garden refuse as a carbon source : column studies.
Landfill leachate, the liquid discharge from Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) landfills, is the combination of the surface runoff and ground water that percolates through the waste and the liquid contained in the waste itself ...
The use of commercial garden refuse at different degrees of maturity as an organic carbon source to bio-denitrify treated MSW landfill leachate.
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