Protozoa; help?

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Hi,
 I'm a student from Slovenia working on a project involving protozoa and metazoa in active sludge from water cleaning facilities. A part of the project is about the cleaning facilities and how they use  bacteria, protozoa,fungus and occasional metazoa in the cleansing process. But the other part is focused on the protozoa itself, firstly identifying as much protozoa in the active sludge(that I'll get from a nearby cleaning facility) and secondly i would be interested in isolation of some protozoa to produce short food chains or clean protozoa cultures. The thing is i don't know how to culture prozoa or how to create protozoa food chains. I would be most grateful if somebody could help me out.
 
I'm sorry for my shaggy English.
Sincerely, Nick