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Effect of emergent micropolutants on the denitrification activity of activated sludge
Mosná, Silvia ; Stříteský, Luboš (referee) ; Hrich, Karel (advisor)
Diploma thesis Effect of emergent micropolutants on the denitrification process through activated sludge is focused on three specific substances. The substances under investigation are atrazine, terbutylazine and sulfametaxazole. Atrazine and terbutylazine are pesticides, particularly herbicides. Sulfametaxazole was chosen as a common antibiotic. The thesis is summarized into 10 chapters and conclusion. The work consists essentially of theoretical and practical part. Part of the theoretical part of the thesis is legislation that deals with the matters of the problem with micropolutants. The next chapter is an introduction to the issue, where we want to familiarize the reader with the current situation. There are also chapters on emergent micropolutants, denitrification and investigated substances. If we look at the practical part, there are chapters on sampling, evaluation of BATCH tests and evaluation of inhibition tests. There are also chapters on BATCH tests and respiratory inhibition test, which describe procedures of how we performed this test. Laboratory test reports are included in the Annex.
Energetic utilisation of sewage sludge
Tlašek, Miroslav ; Stříteský, Luboš (referee) ; Hlavínek, Petr (advisor)
Diploma thesis deals with issues related to final treatment sludge. Sewage sludge is an inevitable product of wastewater treatment. Also, most of them concentrated pollution. Most of pollution are concentrated in to them. And because it contains a large percentage of combustibles. Before thermal utilization, it is necessary to appropriately adjust the sludge. Thermal sludge utilization offers the most effective method of energy recovery. It is an energy conversion in the sludge, to heat and electricity. In the vast majority, if not the co-firing, it is necessary to modify the sludge and so it is dried. This is the optimal use of modern technology. There are several variations possible use. Unfortunately it is not in general able to propose the most appropriate technology or methodology, how to make best use of sewage sludge. Specific assignment usually have their own characteristics. In my work I will therefore first try to outline possible technology and in the second part to suggest sludge terminal for WWTP Hodonín.
Use of oxidation processes (AOP) for removal of micropolutants
Stříteský, Luboš ; Pešoutová,, Radka (referee) ; Hlavínek, Petr (advisor)
This thesis deals with advanced oxidation processes (AOPs) and it’s use for removal of micropollutants from wastewater. The first chapter explains the need AOPs, water quality, pollution and substances that are present in the water. Further, the first chapter outlines approach of the current legislation to micropollutants. The second chapter explains the theory and principle of operation of AOPs. This chapter is divided into two sections. The first section describes AOPs, which were tested at selected WWTP. In the second section, there are described some other AOPs. The third chapter is a literature retrieval of AOPs dealing with the removal of micropollutants. This chapter is focused on the removal of hormones by AOPs using ozone-based AOPs. The fourth chapter describes the actual testing of selected AOPs. The chapter describes selected WWTP, pilot-scale AOP unit and test results. In the last chapter there is designed and described full-scale AOP tertiary unit for removing of micropollutants. The last chapter also contains economic analysis of the proposed tertiary unit.

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