Biological Phosphorus Removal MBBR | Sewage Treatment | Anaerobic Digestion

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    Biological phosphorus removal from wastewater with a moving bed biofilm reactor process  by Rebecca Arvidsson   Master Thesis number: 2015-16 Water and Environmental Engineering Department of Chemical Engineering Lund University June 2015 Supervisor: Senior lecturer Karin Jönsson Co-supervisor: PhD Eva Tykesson, Veolia Water Technologies  Examiner: PhD Åsa Davidsson Picture on front page: The experimental setup used in the study. Photo by Rebecca Arvidsson.       Preface This master thesis was performed at Veolia Water Technologies, Lund, in cooperation with Water and Environmental Engineering at the Department of Chemical Engineering at Lund University. It was the last step of the education Master of Science in Biotechnological Engineering. During the work, several people were involved to whom I now would like to give my sincere thanks. I would like to express my thankfulness to my supervisors, Eva Tykesson who guided me during my work and always had something positive to say, and Karin Jönsson for valuable comments. I would also like to thank my examiner Åsa Davidsson. I would like to sincerely thank all employees at Veolia Water Technologies, who made me feel welcome. Without your help and good advice, my work would not have been possible. I would like to express my gratitude to Steen Hemmingsen for the help with constructing the laboratory setup, programming the PLC and installing the magnetic valves, Petter Lind who introduced me to PLC programming and provided me with good advice, Kerstin Johansson who always took the time to help me, Anton Karlsson for the help with the experimental setup and the microscopy, and lastly, thank you Magnus Christensson and Thomas Welander for smart ideas and wise advice. I would also like to thank my boyfriend Tobias and my family for the support. Rebecca Arvidsson Lund, June 2015   
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