Schematic diagram (a) and picture (b) of the continuous, up-flow parent anammox bioreactor
Anammox biomass was collected from a 10-L continuous, up-flow
pilot anammox bioreactor (Fig. 1).
The parent anammox bioreactor (Fig. 1) was optimized for
growth of this anammox sludge (Vanotti et al.
Anammox biomass was harvested from middle of the parent
bioreactor (Fig. 1) using a dipping pole, followed by sieving
to separate the biomass from the synthetic wastewater.
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