Bacteriophages for foam control in wastewater processing
Grant number: LP120100304 | Funding period: 2012 - 2015
This project will develop new strategies to reduce troublesome foaming at sewerage treatment plants in Australia. It will enable water authorities to prevent foaming events, increase wastewater treatment safety and efficiency, decrease environmental and human health impacts and aid recycling of urban and industrial wastewaters.
Related publications (6)
Comparison of physical characteristics and dewatering behaviour between granular and floccular sludges generated from the same sewage source
Konrad Krysiak-Baltyn, Raul Cavalida, Ben Thwaites, Petra J Reeve, Peter J Scales, Ben Van den Akker, Lydia Ong, Gregory JO Martin, Anthony D Stickland, Sally L Gras
Aerobic granular sludge can improve the efficacy of wastewater treatment in existing sequencing batch reactors (SBRs) compared to ..
The influence of protruding filamentous bacteria on floc stability and solid-liquid separation in the activated sludge process
Wilhelm Burger, Konrad Krysiak-Baltyn, Peter J Scales, Gregory JO Martin, Anthony D Stickland, Sally L Gras
Filamentous bacteria can impact on the physical properties of flocs in the activated sludge process assisting solid-liquid separat..
Simulation of phage dynamics in multi-reactor models of complex wastewater treatment systems
Konrad Krysiak-Baltyn, Gregory JO Martin, Anthony D Stickland, Peter J Scales, Sally L Gras
Existing population models of bacteria and phages have most commonly described single well-mixed reactors. Whilst crucial to gain ..