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Filamentous bulking caused by Thiothrix species is efficiently controlled in full-scale wastewater treatment plants by implementing a sludge densification strategy

Bibliographic reference Henriet, Olivier ; Meunier, Christophe ; Henry, Paul ; Mahillon, Jacques. Filamentous bulking caused by Thiothrix species is efficiently controlled in full-scale wastewater treatment plants by implementing a sludge densification strategy. In: Scientific Reports, Vol. 7, no. 1430 (2017)
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