“Recovering carbon from contaminated matrices by exploiting the nitrogen and sulphur cycles”
The objective of the project is to exploit the integration of the carbon, nitrogen and suflur cycles in bioreactors to design optimal treatment trains to recover added-value products out of liquid and gaseous effluents. The strategy will be to combine interdisciplinary approaches to:
Investigate innovative unit processes based on partial nitrification for nitrogen recycle, autotrophic denitrification for biosulfur recovery and multienzyme-based bioreactors for CO2 valorisation.
Apply technologies that are novel in this field such as moving bed bioreactors, membrane biofilm reactors and enzymatic reactors.
Combine biological processes into innovative treatment trains for wastewater treatment and biogas upgrading.
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During the 19th, 20th and 21st of January, the RECYCLES project will hold a specific workshop on the integration of carbon, nitrogen and sulphur cycles in environmental technologies for gas and wastewater treatment, where different researchers from each of the project partners will explain their experiences in the field and the ongoing work regarding the […]Find out more »
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