Microbiological and epizootological characterization of materials from wastewater treatment plant

Popova, T. P. and Kaleva, M. D. and Baykov, Bayko and Zaharinov, Botio and Marinova-Garvanska, S. M. (2013) Microbiological and epizootological characterization of materials from wastewater treatment plant. In: Proceedings : 10th International Symposium Modern Trends in Livestock Production, Belgrade, 2 - 4 October, 2013. Institute for Animal Husbandry, Belgrade, pp. 572-579. ISBN 9788682431695

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Studies were carried out for the presence of microorganisms of major groups, containing pathogenic agents with epizootological importance, in order characteristic of their dynamics at different levels in the treatment plant and assessing the environmental safety of the final materials. For this purpose were traced the changes in the quantities of microorganisms contained in the materials
from successive levels of processing. It was found that the purified water inlet and outlet does not contain Salmonella enterica. Presence of Escherichia coli and Clostridium perfringens beyond the requirements of the regulation (Decree N339, 2004) was not established, as well as Enterococcus spp. The tested sludge contained microorganisms from these groups and could not be deposited in the soil without prior aerobic or anaerobic processing. The draining in the nature of treated water at the outlet of plant does not hide environmental risk. In addition to
monitoring of the sanitary indicative bacteria, the following of the main groups of Gram-negative and Gram-positive microorganisms in the water and sewage sludge
allows more reliable assessment of their decontamination. Furthermore, the new approach for reporting the results in a unit of dry matter of the studied materials, proposed here, allows their more exact comparison.

Item Type:Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords:waste water treatment plant, microflora, epizootological assessment
Subjects:Earth and environmental sciences > Biology
Earth and environmental sciences > Ecology. Environmental preservation
ID Code:2173
Deposited By: доц. д-р Ботьо Захаринов
Deposited On:23 Apr 2014 12:57
Last Modified:23 Apr 2014 14:39

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