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A comprehensive review on food waste anaerobic digestion: Research updates and tendencies

Author:
Ren, Yuanyuan, Yu, Miao, Wu, Chuanfu, Wang, Qunhui, Gao, Ming, Huang, Qiqi, Liu, Yu
Source:
Bioresource technology 2018 v.247 pp. 1069-1076
ISSN:
0960-8524
Subject:
anaerobic digestion, bibliometric analysis, biorefining, ethanol, food waste, hydrolysis, industrial wastes, methane production, waste disposal, waste treatment, zero emissions
Abstract:
Anaerobic digestion has been practically applied in agricultural and industrial waste treatment and recognized as an economical-effective way for food waste disposal. This paper presented an overview on the researches about anaerobic digestion of food waste. Technologies (e.g., pretreatment, co-digestion, inhibition and mitigation, anaerobic digestion systems, etc.) were introduced and evaluated on the basis of bibliometric analysis. Results indicated that ethanol and aerobic prefermentation were novel approaches to enhance substrates hydrolysis and methane yield. With the promotion of resource recovery, more attention should be paid to biorefinery technologies which can produce more useful products toward zero emissions. Furthermore, a technological route for food waste conversion based on anaerobic digestion was proposed.
Agid:
5825725