Outline

Introduction

Biological Technologies for Waste-Gas Treatment

Biological Systems Different Types of Biofilters Process Parameters Filter Material Moisture Content pH

Temperature Process Principles Physical Model Degradation Kinetics Design and Management Criteria Removal Efficiency Residence Time Superficial Gas Flow Rate Mass Loading Elimination Capacity Applications of Biofilters Bench-Scale Results Pilot-Scale and Real-Scale Applications Microorganisms

Microbial Populations of Biofilters Metabolic Pathways for Organic Pollutant Degradation Economic Considerations New Developments and Potentials Concluding Remarks Bibliography

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