Removal Efficiency

The removal efficiency (g), which provides information on the biofilter effectiveness, is given by the fraction of removed pollutant mass (mo — me) with respect to total mass in the influent gas (mo). The most common way of design ing and managing biofilters consists of selecting the desired removal efficiency for one or more pollutants and deriving from this all the other criteria. The best removal efficiencies (95-99%) are usually observed for aromatic compounds, such as benzene, toluene, and benzoic acid (23).

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