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Sludge stabilisation

Stabilisation processes as applied to sludge are those which reduce its odour and putrescence (i.e. decay), and level of pathogenic organisms. This is generally achieved either chemically or biologically.

Sludge stabilisation related videos

Biological nutrient removal via conventional denitrification/nitrification Source: Judd Water & Wastewater Consultants / YouTube

Biological nutrient removal via conventional denitrification/nitrification

In this video, Simon Judd gives an overview of nitrogen removal in MBRs. A taster for Judd Water & Wastewater Consultants' bespoke training package: MBR Insights.


Sludge stabilisation features and blogs

HTC/AD integration flowsheet

Co-processing of sewage digestate by hydrothermal carbonisation

Hydrothermal carbonisation (HTC) can be used to co-process anaerobic digestion (AD) digestate and lignocellulosic (or plant-based) feedstocks to improve the the hydrochar product quality. This AD waste co-processing route has been studied at bench scale. Read article

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