Publicacións (98) Publicacións de MARIA ANGELES VAL DEL RIO


  1. Dynamics of PHA-Accumulating Bacterial Communities Fed with Lipid-Rich Liquid Effluents from Fish-Canning Industries

    Polymers, Vol. 14, Núm. 7

  2. Membrane Fouling Mitigation in MBR via the Feast–Famine Strategy to Enhance PHA Production by Activated Sludge

    Membranes, Vol. 12, Núm. 7

  3. Microalgae-bacterial biomass outperforms PN-anammox biomass for oxygen saving in continuous-flow granular reactors facing extremely low-strength freshwater aquaculture streams

    Chemosphere, Vol. 308

  4. Monitoring morphological changes from activated sludge to aerobic granular sludge under distinct organic loading rates and increasing minimal imposed sludge settling velocities through quantitative image analysis

    Chemosphere, Vol. 286

  5. Performance of a two-stage partial nitritation-anammox system treating the supernatant of a sludge anaerobic digester pretreated by a thermal hydrolysis process

    Chemical Engineering Journal, Vol. 429

  6. Pilot-scale continuous flow granular reactor for the treatment of extremely low-strength recirculating aquaculture system wastewater

    Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, Vol. 10, Núm. 2

  7. Prediction of sludge settleability, density and suspended solids of aerobic granular sludge in the presence of pharmaceutically active compounds by quantitative image analysis and chemometric tools

    Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, Vol. 10, Núm. 2

  8. Simplified engineering design towards a competitive lipid-rich effluents valorization

    Journal of Environmental Management, Vol. 317

  9. Structure of fungal communities in sequencing batch reactors operated at different salinities for the selection of triacylglyceride-producers from a fish-canning lipid-rich waste stream

    New Biotechnology, Vol. 71, pp. 47-55

  10. Sustainable Wastewater Management and Treatment

    Sustainability (Switzerland)

  11. Valorization of lipid-rich wastewaters: A theoretical analysis to tackle the competition between polyhydroxyalkanoate and triacylglyceride-storing populations

    Science of the Total Environment, Vol. 807