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A ‘membrane aerated biofilm reactor’ (MABR) is an aerobic biological treatment process based on a fixed film, unlike for membrane bioreactors which are based on a suspended growth process.
Media processes in wastewater treatment can be aerobic or anaerobic and based on either suspended or fixed media. The media provides support for the biofilm.
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