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The activated sludge process is used to concentrate the biomass which naturally degrades carbonaceous substances found in most industrial wastewaters. A common practice in these plants is to err on the high-side of biomass concentration to increase capacity against ‘slug loading’. Although this principle is sound in that additional biomass equates to additional capacity to degrade incoming wastewater, there are various downsides to this approach.

 

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