anaerobic digester

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anaerobic digester

A closed bioreactor in which anaerobic bacteria digest sewage, producing methane and CO2.
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2007) have demonstrated that anaerobic digestion of different types of substrata (co-digestion) favors the stability of the process thanks to the contribution of alkalinity (buffer capacity) and nutrients to the system, thus creating a favorable environment for the growth of microorganisms without the addition of synthetic compounds.
Our investment into the new transfer stations will create great efficiencies in the collection and preparation of food waste before it is sent to our anaerobic digestion plants.
The aim of the paper was to study the anaerobic digestion at mesophilic temperatures (approximately 35[degrees]C) at three different parameters: temperature, pH, concentration of inoculums and concentration of substrate.
SeaGas will build a storage system to support a year-long anaerobic digestion operation which must allow for different types of seaweed and their availability.
More than 200 anaerobic digestion facilities are operating in California, fed by a variety of types of biomass.
Anaerobic digestion process is complex with a number of sequential and parallel steps that are carried out by different types of microbes in an oxygen-free environment to produce biogas which mainly consists of 50-70% methane as an energy source and 30-40% carbon dioxide along with other gases in small sum (Batstone et al.
The particle size is among the significant factors which influences the competence of the anaerobic digestion process.
With this transaction, GE will be able to offer more energy-efficient options for water treatment solutions to its clients and to combine its wastewater treatment services with new advanced anaerobic digestion technologies to convert biosolids to renewable sources of energy, Heiner Markhoff, president and CEO of water and process technologies for GE Power & Water, noted.
These days we mimic nature and create ideal conditions for anaerobic digestion to occur.
Part of that diversion progress can be attributed to the wide adoption of anaerobic digestion technology to make biogas.
This autumn sees Wales' first municipal anaerobic digestion facility becoming fully operational.
Abu Dhabi-based research-oriented Masdar Institute of Science and Technology has announced that a paper co-authored by one of its faculty won the best presentation award at a global conference on anaerobic digestion in Spain.