Industrial Bioprocessing--Biofiltration for Air Pollution Control

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This issue of Industrial Bioprocessing features innovations in biofiltration for air pollution control. Although already established in the industry, its advantages over other mechanical and thermochemical air pollutants removal technologies have maintained interests for further improvements. Innovations ranging from biofilter material to biofiltration systems development are profiled.

Keywords: Air pollution, biofiltration, biofilter, liquid, gas, volatile organic compounds, hydrogen sulfide, ammonia

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Industrial Bioprocessing--Biofiltration for Air Pollution ControlBiofiltration InnovationsPRD Tech, Inc., USANational University of Mexico, MexicoBioteg GmbH, Germany Envirogen Technologies Inc., USABiofilters IndustryStrategic PerspectivesFunding and Technology RoadmapKey Patents and ContactsBiofilters for Treating Waste GasBiofilters for Volatile Organic Compounds RemovalIndustry Interactions




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