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 "THERMODYNAMIC STUDY OF CYANIDE SPECIES OXIDATION WITH HYDROGEN PEROXIDE FOR THE TREATMENT OF CIP PROCESS EFFLUENTS"
B. R. González-BonillaDone
 "Reduced viability of activated sludge in wastewater treatment plants in the presence of Ag and Cu nanoparticles"
Emilio López MillánDone
 Evaluación fisicoquímica de agua residual ganadera generada en Sinaloa. Enfoque para la propuesta de alternativas de tratamiento y reúso
Alejandro David Ortiz MarinDone
 Efecto antiincrustante en membranas de nanocompositos de nanotubos de carbono con poliamida para desalinización de agua a escala industrial
Juan Luis Fajardo DiazDone
 Adaptation of an alkaliphilic sulfooxidizing consortium: Effect of the medium culture in the microbial structure
Blanca Estela Valdez GuzmánDone
 Efecto del estrés por irrigación con elevados niveles de salinidad durante el cultivo de uchuva (Physalis peruviana)
Liliana Cifuentes TorresDone
 Tratamiento de agua contaminada del río Turbio mediante humedales artificiales
Javier Antonio Arcibar OrozcoDone
 BIOGAS-RICH METHANE PRODUCTION FROM NICKEL-ENRICHED DIGESTATES
Karina Janette Salazar BatresDone
 Tratamiento de relaves mineros: el papel de las bacterias cianotróficas
Andrea Núñez Banuet AnduagaDone
The sugarcane transformation into derived products at industrial level, produces wastewater with a high content of organic matter and nutrients. Inadequate treatment options can cause a negative impact on tropical regions in countries such as Brazil, India, and Mexico. Requiring a cost-effective, non-intrusive and eco-centric technology alternative to bridge the gap between wastewater generation and its treatment.Therefore, this study presents the hybridization of two processes for the treatment of Sugar Industry Wastewater (SIW); in a first stage which comprises the use of an Anaerobic Biofilm Reactor (ABR) in hydrolytic phase. This stage enhances nutrient and organic substances availability for the second stage in which Constructed Wetlands (CW) using ornamental plants and native natural wetlands species (Canna indica L., Spathiphyllum wallisii and Typha latifolia L.) are incorporated for organic matter and nutrients removal. The SIW was batch-fed to the ABR with stepwise organic loading rate (OLR) increments of 6, 9, 15 and 21 gCOD/L·d, TRH= 24 h, mesophilic conditions (35 ±2 °C) and acid pH (5.5 ±1), the effluent was fed to the CW using TRH=72 h without pH adjustments.
The best removal performances (OLR= 15 gCOD/L·d) showed that when the SIW leaves the ABR it has been degraded 51.11, 37.49, 28.96, 28.0 and 38.6% of COD, TS, TVS, NO3- and PO43- respectively and for the CW effluent an 87.29, 31.19, 59.46, 98.36 and 89.01% removal were achieved for the same parameters. The use of ornamental and native wetland plants provides a sustainable solution for bioremediation, highlighting their adaptability, growth and development under high organic rate and flood conditions. Converting this combined treatment in a suitable option for the treatment of agri-food wastewater.