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Supernatant formation
Thomas Asmus
Posted: Monday, February 28, 2011 1:40 PM
Joined: 2/28/2011
Posts: 1

This anaerobic digester operation utilizes continuous mixing (to support foam suppression).  Since continuous mixing began, sludge does not separate to form supernatant in a storage tank, as it had prior to continual mixing. 


Digester %TS concentration is about 2.3 mg/L. 


Has anyone had or heard of a similar experience with treated anaerobic sludge?