2nd Symposium on Biological Aerated Filters (BAF2) - 1996

2nd Symposium on Biological Aerated Filters (BAF2) - 1996

 

Recent Submissions

  • Cantwell, A. D. C. (School of Water Sciences, Cranfield University, 1996-06-12)
    This paper reports on the performance of the BiobeadTM version of the Biological Aerated Flooded Filter Process over the last few years. More than twenty of these units have been installed in the U.K. and the operating ...
  • Clarke, S. (School of Water Sciences, Cranfield University, 1996-06-12)
    Biological processes have been used to treat waste waters for many years in order to improve public health, remove offensive odours and to reduce pollution in the receiving watercourse. In the 1980's public concern led ...
  • Pearce, Peter A. (of Water Sciences, Cranfield University, 1996-06-12)
    Aeration costs account for a large proportion of the total running costs of biological aerated filters (BAFs) which are in themselves an energy intensive form of treatment process. Optimisation of oxygenation efficiency ...
  • Budge, F.; Gorrie, D. (School of Water Sciences, Cranfield University, 1996-06-12)
    Halcrow Scotland were appointed by Grampian Regional Council (now North of Scotland Water Authority) in April 1993 to carry out the Aberdeen Wastewater Treatment Feasibility Study. The study started with a verification ...
  • Stephenson, Tom (School of Water Sciences, Cranfield University, 1996-06-12)
    True biological aerated filters (BAFs) combine two unit operations in one reactor: aerobic biological treatment and subsequent biomass separation from the effluent (Stephenson et al., 1993). The submerged media used as ...
  • Brewer, Peter (of Water Sciences, Cranfield University, 1996-06-12)
    1. The town of Poole in south east Dorset has undergone substantial development during the 1980's. Wessex Water recognised the pressure on the water services in this region and commissioned a strategy study for this ...
  • Sagberg, Paul; Grundness Berg, Kirsti (of Water Sciences, Cranfield University, 1996-06-12)
    Both the local situation in the inner Oslofiord and the political decisions of the countries surrounding the North Sea called for further treatment. Through 1989 and 1990, VEAS put bits and pieces of known technology ...
  • Rundle, Howard (School of Water Sciences, Cranfield University, 1996-06-12)
    Two plants are described which are designed for partial (or roughing) treatment of settled sewage, and settled sewage with dairy waste, and some of the lessons learned from these are described. These plants are ColOX ...
  • Mann, Allan T.; Stephenson, Tom (School of Water Sciences, Cranfield University, 1996-06-12)
    1. Biological aerated filters (BAFs) are submerged three-phase fixed media reactors for wastewater treatment. A major characteristic of BAF reactors is the use of granular media which allows solids separation as well as ...
  • Smith, A. J.; Brignal, W. B. (School of Water Sciences, Cranfield University, 1996)
    Legislation requiring the first time treatment of coastal wastewater discharges and the uprating of existing treatment plant to meet tighter quality standards has led to the introduction of the Biological Aerated Filter ...