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Article | 09-August-2018

USE OF BIOLOGICAL METHODS FOR REMOVAL OF H2S FROM BIOGAS IN WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS – A REVIEW

generate heat and electricity, biogas should be cleaned. H2S is a colourless, flammable, malodorous and toxic gas. The main issues due to the high concentrations of H2 S in biogas are its corrosive action, which damages engines and the production of sulfur oxides (SOx ) due to H2 S combustion. The best ways to remove H2 S from biogas are the biological methods with the use of biofilters, biotrickling filters, bioscrubbers and using of activated sludge.  

Krzysztof Barbusiński, Katarzyna Kalemba

Architecture, Civil Engineering, Environment, Volume 9 , ISSUE 1, 103–112

research-article | 08-October-2021

IMPLEMENTATION TO INDUSTRY AND MUNICIPAL SECTOR THE COMPACT TRICKLE BED BIOREACTORS TECHNOLOGY TO ODOR AND VOCS REMOVAL

configurations and hybrids of several technologies. One of such hybrids include the Compact Trickle Bed Bioreactors (CTBB), which belongs to the biotrickling filters group [8]. In recent years, this technology has been widely developed and implemented in various industries and is worth taking a closer look at. Development of a technology capable and suitable for implementation in various industries that are sources of different groups of pollutants, both organic and inorganic, would be extremely valuable

Anita PARZENTNA-GABOR, Krzysztof BARBUSIŃSKI, Damian KASPERCZYK

Architecture, Civil Engineering, Environment, Volume 14 , ISSUE 3, 89–101

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