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Accueil > Productions scientifiques > Autres ... > Biopurification of air containing a low concentration of TEX : comparison of removal efficiency using planted and non†planted biofilters |authors=Rondeau, Anne ; Mandon, Agnès ; Malhautier, Luc ; Poly, Franck ; Richaume, Agnès

Rondeau, Anne ; Mandon, Agnès ; Malhautier, Luc ; Poly, Franck ; Richaume, Agnès

Biopurification of air containing a low concentration of TEX : comparison of removal efficiency using planted and non†planted biofilters |authors=Rondeau, Anne ; Mandon, Agnès ; Malhautier, Luc ; Poly, Franck ; Richaume, Agnès

Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology

Underground car parks are confined spaces where traffic generates many pollutants such as toluene, ethylbenzene and xylene (TEX) and nitrogen oxides (NOx). The objective of this work was to evaluate the removal efficiency of low concentrations of TEX using planted and non-planted biofilters. Two pilot-scale units of biofiltration were set up. The gaseous mixture was generated to obtain a total TEX concentration of 600 µg m−3. Elimination performance of both biofilters was monitored for 96 days. Microbial behavior and the potential capacity to degrade the NOx, were investigated.

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