Exhausted carbon for the removal of hydrogen sulfide and ammonia
Date of Issue2010
School of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and ammonia (NH3) have generally low odor thresholds, high toxicity to human health, and potential corrosive effects to downstream infrastructure and equipments. Biofiltration is a cost-effective and environmental friendly technology for the control of odorous compounds. Exhausted carbon is a hazardous waste from the H2S adsorption process, which must be either regenerated or disposed of in a landfill. This study is to develop a highly efficient and economical biofiltration process for the co-removal of H2S and NH3 using exhausted carbon as packing material.
DRNTU::Engineering::Environmental engineering::Waste management
Nanyang Technological University