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    1. Chen, KC; Chen, CY; Peng, JW; Houng, JY
      Real-time control of an immobilized-cell reactor for wastewater treatment using ORP

      WATER RESEARCH
    2. Chang, HY; Ouyang, CF
      Step feeding strategy for enhancing nitrogen and phosphorus removal in AOAO process

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART A-TOXIC/HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
    3. Shin, HS; Park, MG; Jung, JY
      Nutrient removal processes for low strength wastewater

      ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
    4. You, SJ; Ouyang, CF; Chuang, SH; Lin, SF
      Phosphorus removal characteristics of a combined as-biofilm process cultured by different COD/TP ratios

      ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
    5. Oldham, WK; Rabinowitz, B
      Development of biological nutrient removal technology in western Canada

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
    6. Randall, CW; Cokgor, EU
      Modification and expansion of a pure oxygen WWTP for biological nutrient removal (BNR)

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    7. Yu, RF; Liaw, SL; Cho, BC; Yang, SJ
      Dynamic control of a continuous-inflow SBR with time-varying influent loading

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    8. Kazmi, AA; Fujita, M; Furumai, H
      Modeling effect of remaining nitrate on phosphorus removal in SBR

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    9. Wu, W; Timpany, P; Dawson, B
      Simulation and applications of a novel modified SBR system for biological nutrient removal

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    10. Keller, J; Watts, S; Battye-Smith, W; Chong, R
      Full-scale demonstration of biological nutrient removal in a single tank SBR process

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    11. You, SJ; Ougang, CF; Shen, YJ; Hsu, CL; Chuang, SH
      The influence of anaerobic reaction time on the fraction of denitrifying phosphate accumulating organism in BNR precesses

      JOURNAL OF THE CHINESE INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERS
    12. Stratful, I; Scrimshaw, MD; Lester, JN
      Conditions influencing the precipitation of magnesium ammonium phosphate

      WATER RESEARCH
    13. Hood, CR; Randall, AA
      A biochemical hypothesis explaining the response of enhanced biological phosphorus removal biomass to organic substrates

      WATER RESEARCH
    14. Maszenan, AM; Seviour, RJ; Patel, BKC; Schumann, P; Burghardt, J; Tokiwa, Y; Stratton, HM
      Three isolates of novel polyphosphate-accumulating Gram-positive cocci, obtained from activated sludge, belong to a new genus, Tetrasphaera gen. nov., and description of two new species, Tetrasphaera japonica sp, nov and Tetrasphaera australiensis sp nov.

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC AND EVOLUTIONARY MICROBIOLOGY
    15. Williams, S; Hardy, P; Green, D; Wilson, I
      Statistical analysis of the performance of a biological nutrient-removal plant

      JOURNAL OF THE CHARTERED INSTITUTION OF WATER AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    16. Ydstebo, L; Bilstad, T; Barnard, J
      Experience with biological nutrient removal at low temperatures

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    17. Mavinic, DS; Mahendraker, V; Doucette, D; Rabinowitz, B; Barnard, JL; Koch, FA
      Feasibility of using high-rate, on-line, fixed-film fermenters for SCVFA generation in a BNR process train

      ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
    18. Anderottola, G; Canziani, R; Foladori, P; Ragazzi, M; Tatano, F
      Laboratory scale experimentation for RBCOD production from OFMSW for BNR systems: Results and kinetics

      ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
    19. Garcia, J; Mujeriego, R; Hernandez-Marine, M
      High rate algal pond operating strategies for urban wastewater nitrogen removal

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYCOLOGY
    20. Satoh, H; Okuda, E; Mino, T; Matsuo, T
      Calibration of kinetic parameters in the IAWQ Activated Sludge Model: a pilot scale experience

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    21. Kim, KS; Cho, KM; Choi, H; Kim, IS
      A pilot study on nitrogen and phosphorus removal by a modified photostrip process

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    22. Randall, CW; Cokgor, EU
      Performance and economics of BNR plants in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, USA

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    23. Pavan, P; Battistoni, P; Bolzonella, D; Innocenti, L; Traverso, P; Cecchi, F
      Integration of wastewater and OFMSW treatment cycles: from the pilot scaleexperiment to the industrial realisation - the new full scale plant of Treviso (Italy)

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    24. Edgerton, BD; McNevin, D; Wong, CH; Menoud, P; Barford, JP; Mitchell, CA
      Strategies for dealing with piggery effluent in Australia: the sequencing batch reactor as a solution

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    25. Kazmi, AA; Furumai, H
      Field investigations on reactive settling in an intermittent aeration sequencing batch reactor activated sludge process

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    26. Grady, CPL; Filipe, CDM
      Ecological engineering of bioreactors for wastewater treatment

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    27. Guwy, AJ; Hawkes, FR; Martin, SR; Hawkes, DL; Cunnah, P
      A technique for monitoring hydrogen peroxide concentration off-line and on-line

      WATER RESEARCH
    28. Shanableh, A
      Production of useful organic matter from sludge using hydrothermal treatment

      WATER RESEARCH
    29. Furumai, H; Kazmi, AA; Furuya, Y; Sasaki, K
      Effect of sludge retention time (SRT) on nutrient removal in sequencing batch reactors

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART A-TOXIC/HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
    30. Bicudo, JR; Classen, JJ; Goldsmith, CD; Smith, T
      Effects of aeration cycles and hydraulic retention time on the sequencing batch treatment of flushed swine manure

      ADVANCES IN ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH
    31. Ellis, TG; Higgins, MJ; Kaiser, SK; Lay, JJ; Schmit, CG
      Activated sludge and other aerobic suspended culture processes

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    32. Panswad, T; Anan, C
      Specific oxygen, ammonia, and nitrate uptake rates of a biological nutrient removal process treating elevated salinity wastewater

      BIORESOURCE TECHNOLOGY
    33. Woods, NC; Sock, SM; Daigger, GT
      Phosphorus recovery technology modeling and feasibility evaluation for municipal wastewater treatment plants

      ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
    34. Rustrian, E; Delgenes, JP; Bernet, N; Moletta, R
      Acidogenic activity: Process of carbon source generation for biological nutrient removal

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    35. Ekama, GA; Wentzel, MC
      Difficulties and developments in biological nutrient removal technology and modelling

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    36. Ekama, GA; Wentzel, MC
      Denitrification kinetics in biological N and P removal activated sludge systems treating municipal wastewaters

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    37. Stevens, GM; Barnard, JL; Rabinowitz, B
      Optimizing biological nutrient removal in anoxic zones

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    38. Solley, D; Barr, K
      Optimise what you have first! Low cost upgrading of plants for improved nutrient removal

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    39. Morgan, S; Farley, R; Pearson, R
      Retrofitting an existing trickling filter plant to BNR standard - Selfs point, Tasmania's first

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    40. Intrasungkha, N; Keller, J; Blackall, L
      Biological nutrient removal efficiency in treatment of saline wastewater

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    41. Oerther, DB; de los Reyes, FL; Raskin, L
      Interfacing phylogenetic oligonucleotide probe hybridizations with representations of microbial populations and specific growth rates in mathematicalmodels of activated sludge processes

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    42. Baetens, D; Vanrolleghem, PA; van Loosdrecht, MCM; Hosten, LH
      Temperature effects in bio-P removal

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    43. Boeije, G; Corstanje, R; Rottiers, A; Schowanek, D
      Adaptation of the CAS test system and synthetic sewage for biological nutrient removal - Part I: Development of a new synthetic sewage

      CHEMOSPHERE
    44. Rottiers, A; Boeije, G; Corstanje, R; Decraene, K; Feijtel, TCJ; Matthijs, E; Schowanek, D
      Adaptation of the CAS test system and synthetic sewage for biological nutrient removal - Part II: Design and validation of test units

      CHEMOSPHERE
    45. Panswad, T; Anan, C
      Impact of high chloride wastewater on an anaerobic/anoxic/aerobic process with and without inoculation of chloride acclimated seeds

      WATER RESEARCH
    46. Steffens, MA; Lant, PA
      Multivariable control of nutrient-removing activated sludge systems

      WATER RESEARCH
    47. Furumai, H; Kazmi, AA; Fujita, M; Furuya, Y; Sasaki, K
      Modeling long term nutrient removal in a sequencing batch reactor

      WATER RESEARCH
    48. Llabres, P; Pavan, P; Battistioni, P; Cecchi, F; Mata-Alvarez, J
      The use of organic fraction of municipal solid waste hydrolysis products for biological nutrient removal in wastewater treatment plants

      WATER RESEARCH
    49. STRICKLAND J
      THE DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL FROM WASTE-WATER USING BIOLOGICAL AND METAL PRECIPITATION TECHNIQUES

      Journal of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management
    50. Barnard, JL; Morgenroth, E; Pitman, T; Cooper, P; Chapman, A; Ching, DWK
      The development of nutrient-removal processes (abridged) - Discussion

      Journal of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management
    51. Pitman, AR; Dunn, A; Williams, S; Boon, A
      Nutrient removal: Experiences in Johannesburg (abridged) - Discussion

      Journal of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management
    52. NOLASCO DA; DAIGGER GT; STAFFORD DR; KAUPP DM; STEPHENSON JP
      THE USE OF MATHEMATICAL-MODELING AND PILOT-PLANT TESTING TO DEVELOP ANEW BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS AND NITROGEN REMOVAL PROCESS

      Water environment research
    53. YU RF; LIAW SL; CHANG CN; CHENG WY
      APPLYING REAL-TIME CONTROL TO ENHANCE THE PERFORMANCE OF NITROGEN REMOVAL IN THE CONTINUOUS-FLOW SBR SYSTEM

      Water science and technology
    54. WILSON AW; DO P; KELLER WE
      IMPLEMENTATION OF THE BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL PROGRAM AT CALGARY BONNYBROOK-WASTE-WATER-TREATMENT-PLANT

      Water science and technology
    55. KIURU HJ; RAUTIAINEN JA
      BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL AT A VERY LOW-LOADED ACTIVATED-SLUDGE PLANT WITH HIGH BIOMASS CONCENTRATIONS

      Water science and technology
    56. BOEIJE G; SCHOWANEK D; VANROLLEGHEM P
      ADAPTATION OF THE SIMPLETREAT CHEMICAL FATE MODEL TO SINGLE-SLUDGE BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL WASTE-WATER TREATMENT PLANTS

      Water science and technology
    57. PAVAN P; BATTISTONI P; TRAVERSO P; MUSACCO A; CECCHI F
      EFFECT OF ADDITION OF ANAEROBIC FERMENTED OFMSW (ORGANIC FRACTION OF MUNICIPAL SOLID-WASTE) ON BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL (BNR) PROCESS - PRELIMINARY-RESULTS

      Water science and technology
    58. THOMSEN HA; NIELSEN MK; NIELSEN EH; HANSEN NP
      LOAD DEPENDENT CONTROL OF BNR-WWTP BY DYNAMIC CHANGES OF AERATION VOLUMES

      Water science and technology
    59. WEEMAES MPJ; VERSTRAETE WH
      EVALUATION OF CURRENT WET SLUDGE DISINTEGRATION TECHNIQUES

      Journal of chemical technology and biotechnology
    60. Rustrian, E; Delgenes, JP; Bernet, N; Moletta, R
      Simultaneous removal of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus from wastewater bycoupling two-step anaerobic digestion with a sequencing batch reactor

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
    61. LEE KH; LEE JH; PARK TJ
      SIMULTANEOUS ORGANIC AND NUTRIENT REMOVAL FROM MUNICIPAL WASTE-WATER BY BSACNR PROCESS

      The Korean journal of chemical engineering
    62. SAAYMAN GB; SCHUTTE CF; VANLEEUWEN J
      CHEMICAL CONTROL OF FILAMENTOUS SLUDGE BULKING IN A FULL-SCALE BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL ACTIVATED-SLUDGE PLANT

      Ozone: science & engineering
    63. MORSE GK; BRETT SW; GUY JA; LESTER JN
      REVIEW - PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL AND RECOVERY TECHNOLOGIES

      Science of the total environment
    64. Danalewich, JR; Papagiannis, TG; Belyea, RL; Tumbleson, ME; Raskin, L
      Characterization of dairy waste streams, current treatment practices, and potential for biological nutrient removal

      WATER RESEARCH
    65. DANESH S; OLESZKIEWICZ JA
      VOLATILE FATTY-ACID PRODUCTION AND UPTAKE IN BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL SYSTEMS WITH PROCESS SEPARATION

      Water environment research
    66. LEE SE; KIM KS; AHN JH; KIM CW
      COMPARISON OF PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL CHARACTERISTICS BETWEEN VARIOUS BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL PROCESSES

      Water science and technology
    67. DONKIN MJ; RUSSELL JM
      TREATMENT OF A MILKPOWDER BUTTER WASTE-WATER USING THE AAO ACTIVATED-SLUDGE CONFIGURATION/

      Water science and technology
    68. KELLER J; SUBRAMANIAM K; GOSSWEIN J; GREENFIELD PF
      NUTRIENT REMOVAL FROM INDUSTRIAL WASTE-WATER USING SINGLE TANK SEQUENCING BATCH REACTORS

      Water science and technology
    69. SORM R; WANNER J; SALTARELLI R; BORTONE G; TILCHE A
      VERIFICATION OF ANOXIC PHOSPHATE-UPTAKE AS THE MAIN BIOCHEMICAL-MECHANISM OF THE DEPHANOX PROCESS

      Water science and technology
    70. RENSINK JH; VANDERVEN J; VANPAMELEN G; FEDDER F; MAJOOR E
      THE MODIFIED RENPHOSYSTEM - A HIGH BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL SYSTEM

      Water science and technology
    71. YU RF; LIAW SL; CHANG CN; LU HJ; CHENG WY
      MONITORING AND CONTROL USING ONLINE ORP ON THE CONTINUOUS-FLOW ACTIVATED-SLUDGE BATCH REACTOR SYSTEM

      Water science and technology
    72. LEE SI; PARK JH; KO KB; KOOPMAN B
      EFFECT OF FERMENTED SWINE WASTES ON BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL IN SEQUENCING BATCH REACTORS

      Water research
    73. PITMAN AR
      BULKING AND FOAMING IN BNR PLANTS IN JOHANNESBURG - PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS

      Water science and technology
    74. THOMAS PR; ALLEN D; MCGREGOR DL
      EVALUATION OF COMBINED CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL

      Water science and technology
    75. CHOI ES; LEE HS
      BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL CHARACTERISTICS OF LOW STRENGTH MUNICIPALWASTE-WATER

      The Korean journal of chemical engineering
    76. SURMACZGORSKA J; GERNAEY K; DEMUYNCK C; VANROLLEGHEM P; VERSTRAETE W
      NITRIFICATION MONITORING IN ACTIVATED-SLUDGE BY OXYGEN-UPTAKE RATE (OUR) MEASUREMENTS

      Water research
    77. COOPER P; UPTON JE; SMITH M; CHURCHLEY J; WILLIAMS S; PYBUS P
      BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL - DESIGN SNAGS, OPERATIONAL PROBLEMS AND COSTS

      Journal of the Institution of Water and Environmental Management
    78. ANDERSON BC; MAVINIC DS; OLESZKIEWICZ JA
      STABILIZATION OF COMBINED WASTE-WATER SLUDGE - ANAEROBIC PROCESSES

      Canadian journal of civil engineering
    79. NIELSEN MK; ONNERTH TB
      IMPROVEMENT OF A RECIRCULATING PLANT BY INTRODUCING STAR CONTROL

      Water science and technology
    80. DAIGGER GT; NOLASCO D
      EVALUATION AND DESIGN OF FULL-SCALE WASTE-WATER TREATMENT PLANTS USING BIOLOGICAL PROCESS MODELS

      Water science and technology
    81. KNIGHT GC; SEVIOUR EM; SEVIOUR RJ; SODDELL JA; LINDREA KC; STRACHAN W; DEGREY B; BAYLY RC
      DEVELOPMENT OF THE MICROBIAL COMMUNITY OF A FULL-SCALE BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL ACTIVATED-SLUDGE PLANT DURING START-UP

      Water research
    82. COOPER P; DAY M; THOMAS V
      PROCESS OPTIONS FOR PHOSPHORUS AND NITROGEN REMOVAL FROM WASTE-WATER

      Journal of the Institution of Water and Environmental Management
    83. CECCHI F; BATTISTONI P; PAVAN P; FAVA G; MATAALVAREZ J
      ANAEROBIC-DIGESTION OF OFMSW (ORGANIC FRACTION OF MUNICIPAL SOLID-WASTE) AND BNR (BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL) PROCESSES - A POSSIBLE INTEGRATION - PRELIMINARY-RESULTS

      Water science and technology
    84. HALLIN S; PELL M
      ACETYLENE INHIBITION FOR MEASURING DENITRIFICATION RATES IN ACTIVATED-SLUDGE

      Water science and technology
    85. BORTONE G; MALASPINA F; STANTE L; TILCHE A
      BIOLOGICAL NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL IN AN ANAEROBIC ANOXIC SEQUENCING BATCH REACTOR WITH SEPARATED BIOFILM NITRIFICATION/

      Water science and technology
    86. SUBRAMANIAM K; GREENFIELD PF; HO KM; JOHNS MR; KELLER J
      EFFICIENT BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL IN HIGH-STRENGTH WASTE-WATER USING COMBINED ANAEROBIC-SEQUENCING BATCH REACTOR TREATMENT

      Water science and technology
    87. ISAACS S; HENZE M
      FLUORESCENCE MONITORING OF AN ALTERNATING ACTIVATED-SLUDGE PROCESS

      Water science and technology
    88. TILCHE A; BORTONE G; FORNER G; INDULTI M; STANTE L; TESINI O
      COMBINATION OF ANAEROBIC-DIGESTION AND DENITRIFICATION IN A HYBRID UPFLOW ANAEROBIC FILTER INTEGRATED IN A NUTRIENT REMOVAL TREATMENT-PLANT

      Water science and technology
    89. BATTISTONI P; FAVA G
      FISH PROCESSING WASTE-WATER TREATMENT REQUIREMENTS BY LINE PRODUCTIONCHANGES

      Water science and technology
    90. KAVANAUGH RG; RANDALL CW
      BACTERIAL-POPULATIONS IN A BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL PLANT

      Water science and technology
    91. CHARLTON J
      BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL APPLIED TO WEAK SEWAGE

      Water science and technology
    92. MCCLINTOCK SA; RANDALL CW; PATTARKINE VM
      EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE AND MEAN CELL RESIDENCE TIME ON BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL PROCESSES

      Water environment research
    93. VASSOS TD
      FUTURE-DIRECTIONS IN INSTRUMENTATION, CONTROL AND AUTOMATION IN THE WATER AND WASTE-WATER INDUSTRY

      Water science and technology
    94. ARMIGER WB; LEE GJ; SCHWEGLER BR; MAH TJ
      CONTROL OF BNR PROCESSES BY REGULATION OF THE VFA M RATIO/

      Water science and technology
    95. WATTS JB; GARBER WF
      ON LINE RESPIROMETRY - A POWERFUL TOOL FOR ACTIVATED-SLUDGE PLANT-OPERATION AND DESIGN

      Water science and technology
    96. MATHER AJ; SHAW IS
      ALTERNATIVE METHOD FOR THE CONTROL OF BALANCING TANK AT A WASTE-WATERTREATMENT-PLANT

      Water science and technology


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