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- Mazareli, Raissa Cristina da Silva; Duda, Rose Maria; Leite, Valderi Duarte; Oliveira, Roberto Alves de
- Waste management 2016 v.52 pp. 112-121
- methane production, etc ; alkalinity; anaerobic digesters; anaerobic digestion; buffering capacity; chemical oxygen demand; coliform bacteria; environmental impact; fermentation; heat tolerance; livestock farming; natural gas; organic matter; plant residues; sustainable technology; swine; volatile fatty acids; waste management; wastewater; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... Considering the high waste generation that comes from agriculture and livestock farming, as well as the demand for natural gas, it is necessary to develop sustainable technologies which can reduce environmental impact. There is no available literature on the use of high-rate horizontal anaerobic reactors with fixed bed (HARFB) and continuous feed for the co-digestion of vegetable wastes (VW) and s ...
- Nordell, Erik; Nilsson, Britt; Nilsson Påledal, Sören; Karisalmi, Kaisa; Moestedt, Jan
- Waste management 2016 v.47 pp. 21-27
- methane production, etc ; anaerobic digestion; biogas; cobalt; dairy animals; feedstocks; industrial wastes; nickel; nutrients; swine; volatile fatty acids; waste management; Show all 12 Subjects
- ... Manure is one of the most common substrates for biogas production. Manure from dairy- and swine animals are often considered to stabilize the biogas process by contributing nutrients and trace elements needed for the biogas process. In this study two lab-scale reactors were used to evaluate the effects of trace element addition during co-digestion of manure from swine- and dairy animals with indus ...