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Molecular monitoring of bulking sludge in industrial wastewater treatment plants

Waarde, J. V. D., Krooneman, J., Geurkink, B., Werf, A. V. D., Eikelboom, D., Beimfohr, C., Snaidr, J., Levantesi, C. & Tandoi, V., 2002, In : Water Science and Technology. 46, 1-2, p. 551-558 8 p.

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Waarde, J. V. D., Krooneman, J., Geurkink, B., Werf, A. V. D., Eikelboom, D., Beimfohr, C., ... Tandoi, V. (2002). Molecular monitoring of bulking sludge in industrial wastewater treatment plants. Water Science and Technology, 46(1-2), 551-558.

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Waarde, J. van der ; Krooneman, J. ; Geurkink, B. ; Werf, A. van der ; Eikelboom, D. ; Beimfohr, C. ; Snaidr, J. ; Levantesi, C. ; Tandoi, V. / Molecular monitoring of bulking sludge in industrial wastewater treatment plants. In: Water Science and Technology. 2002 ; Vol. 46, No. 1-2. pp. 551-558.

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Waarde, JVD, Krooneman, J, Geurkink, B, Werf, AVD, Eikelboom, D, Beimfohr, C, Snaidr, J, Levantesi, C & Tandoi, V 2002, 'Molecular monitoring of bulking sludge in industrial wastewater treatment plants', Water Science and Technology, vol. 46, no. 1-2, pp. 551-558.

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Molecular monitoring of bulking sludge in industrial wastewater treatment plants. / Waarde, J. van der; Krooneman, J.; Geurkink, B.; Werf, A. van der; Eikelboom, D.; Beimfohr, C.; Snaidr, J.; Levantesi, C.; Tandoi, V.

In: Water Science and Technology, Vol. 46, No. 1-2, 2002, p. 551-558.

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Waarde JVD, Krooneman J, Geurkink B, Werf AVD, Eikelboom D, Beimfohr C et al. Molecular monitoring of bulking sludge in industrial wastewater treatment plants. Water Science and Technology. 2002;46(1-2):551-558.


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title = "Molecular monitoring of bulking sludge in industrial wastewater treatment plants",
abstract = "Fluorescent In Situ Hybridisation (FISH) was used to monitor the presence of filamentous microorganisms in industrial wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs). Monitoring with a restricted set of FISH probes in WWTPs from potato industry showed growth and decline of Thiothrix populations that could be linked to operational procedures. In a follow up project new FISH probes were developed for filamentous bacteria in industrial WWTPs and 70 WWTPs were analysed for presence of these filaments. Several newly described species of filamentous bacteria appear to be common and dominant in industrial WWTPs. Monitoring of a WWTP from textile industry showed growth and decline of one of these organisms when operational conditions in the plant were varied. The present paper demonstrates that bulking sludge in industrial wastewater treatment plants can effectively be monitored using a combination of standard chemical analyses and the FISH technique.",
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RIS

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T1 - Molecular monitoring of bulking sludge in industrial wastewater treatment plants

AU - Waarde, J. van der

AU - Krooneman, J.

AU - Geurkink, B.

AU - Werf, A. van der

AU - Eikelboom, D.

AU - Beimfohr, C.

AU - Snaidr, J.

AU - Levantesi, C.

AU - Tandoi, V.

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PY - 2002

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N2 - Fluorescent In Situ Hybridisation (FISH) was used to monitor the presence of filamentous microorganisms in industrial wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs). Monitoring with a restricted set of FISH probes in WWTPs from potato industry showed growth and decline of Thiothrix populations that could be linked to operational procedures. In a follow up project new FISH probes were developed for filamentous bacteria in industrial WWTPs and 70 WWTPs were analysed for presence of these filaments. Several newly described species of filamentous bacteria appear to be common and dominant in industrial WWTPs. Monitoring of a WWTP from textile industry showed growth and decline of one of these organisms when operational conditions in the plant were varied. The present paper demonstrates that bulking sludge in industrial wastewater treatment plants can effectively be monitored using a combination of standard chemical analyses and the FISH technique.

AB - Fluorescent In Situ Hybridisation (FISH) was used to monitor the presence of filamentous microorganisms in industrial wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs). Monitoring with a restricted set of FISH probes in WWTPs from potato industry showed growth and decline of Thiothrix populations that could be linked to operational procedures. In a follow up project new FISH probes were developed for filamentous bacteria in industrial WWTPs and 70 WWTPs were analysed for presence of these filaments. Several newly described species of filamentous bacteria appear to be common and dominant in industrial WWTPs. Monitoring of a WWTP from textile industry showed growth and decline of one of these organisms when operational conditions in the plant were varied. The present paper demonstrates that bulking sludge in industrial wastewater treatment plants can effectively be monitored using a combination of standard chemical analyses and the FISH technique.

KW - In Situ Hybridization, Fluorescence

KW - Industrial Waste

KW - Population Dynamics

KW - Proteobacteria/physiology

KW - Textile Industry

KW - Waste Disposal, Fluid

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SP - 551

EP - 558

JO - Water Science & Technology

JF - Water Science & Technology

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