Affordable and sustainable water recycling through optimal technology integration: a report of a study funded by the Australian Water Recycling Centre of Excellence

Hu, Shihu, Rattier, Maxime, Solley, David, Batstone, Damien, Hertle, Chris and Keller, Jurg (2016) Affordable and sustainable water recycling through optimal technology integration: a report of a study funded by the Australian Water Recycling Centre of Excellence Brisbane, QLD Australia: Australian Water Recycling Centre of Excellence

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Author Hu, Shihu
Rattier, Maxime
Solley, David
Batstone, Damien
Hertle, Chris
Keller, Jurg
Title of report Affordable and sustainable water recycling through optimal technology integration: a report of a study funded by the Australian Water Recycling Centre of Excellence
Editor Hu, Shihu
Publication date 2016-05
ISBN 9781922202741
Open Access Status File (Publisher version)
Publisher Australian Water Recycling Centre of Excellence
Place of publication Brisbane, QLD Australia
Start page i
End page 153
Total pages 166
Language eng
Formatted abstract
The aim of the Affordable and Sustainable Water Recycling through Optimal Technology Integration (ASWROTI) project was to investigate and develop integrated treatment train(s) that can achieve a water quality fit for recycling at a lower energy/chemical input and reduced capital and operating costs compared to current schemes.

The project consisted of four phases: a desktop study was followed by laboratory and pilot scale studies, and finished with an engineering evaluation based on the experimental results. The collection reported in this research report shows:
-data of an economic analysis (including capex and opex) used for designing two treatment trains. First one is anaerobic membrane reactor (AnMBR) followed by mainstream anammox and second treatment train is High rate activated sludge followed by anaerobic digestion;
-operation parameters and performance results of a lab scale study and a pilot study of the designed treatment trains;
-data of an economic analysis based on operation results used to evaluate and compare the costs of the sewage treatment at full scale when relying on the tested treatment trains as the core processes (e.g. sludge disposal not included in pilot tests but included in economy analysis.
Keyword Wastewater treatment
Economic analysis
Energy generation
Anaerobic membrane reactor (AnMBR)
Mainstream anammox
High rate activated sludge (HRAS)
Domestic sewage
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status UQ

Document type: Research Report
Collection: Advanced Water Management Centre Publications
 
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