Combining biological and chemical oxidation procedures

Studies have combined chemical oxidation and biological systems to treat biorecalcitrant pollutants, with potential advantages for wastewater treatment. The combination of chemical and biological oxidation is becoming a successful alternative to conventional treatment technologies. In this way, the quantitative degradation of the recalcitrant organics into CO2 and H2O by strong extensive chemical treatment is no longer necessary. The new goal is a moderate transformation by chemical means of the recalcitrant organics into more easily attackable end products, which can be subsequently submitted to conventional or advanced biological treatments.

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