High Loaded Synthetic Hazardous Wastewater Treatment Using Lab-Scale Submerged Ceramic Membrane Bioreactor
Submerged ceramic membrane bioreactors (SCMBRs) are more efficient combinations of traditional activated hazardous sludge and new membrane separation processes in wastewater treatment. Suspended solids are separated from hazardous effluent using microfilter ceramic membranes in SCMBRs. A high loaded wastewater was treated using an SCMBR employing a homemade tubular ceramic membrane in laboratory scale. Hydraulic Retention Time (HRT) was 32 h and COD range was varied from 2000 to 5000 mg/l. COD removal was evaluated to be more than 90% after a week and the lab scale SCMBR showed desired performance for the wastewater treatment. Mixed Liquor Suspended Solid (MLSS) was increased from 2000 to 4000 mg/L during the SCMBR operation time.