Anaerobic reactor start-up in the starch factory´s wastewater treatment plant

A waste water treatment plant in starch factory was built in Kaluga city (south of Moscow) two years ago. After stabilization of the production processes, a highloaded IC reactor was ready for start-up. Hydrotech technologists from Latvia, Russia and Slovakia faced several difficulties as low quality and activity of granular sludge, sludge washout, etc., but at the end of the day the process was successfully run in.

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