Optimization of the anaerobic co-digestion of pasteurized slaughterhouse waste, pig slurry and glycerine

Volume: 61, Pages: 521 - 528
Published: Mar 1, 2017
Abstract
The feasibility of co-digestion of blends of two different animal by-products (pig manure and pasteurized slaughterhouse waste) and recovered glycerine was studied in mesophilic conditions. Experiments were performed in a lab-scale CSTR along 490days, with a hydraulic retention time of 21-33days and with a step-wise increased organic loading rate, by adding and/or changing the wastes ratio, from 0.8 to 3.2kgCODm-3d-1. The best methane production...
Paper Details
Title
Optimization of the anaerobic co-digestion of pasteurized slaughterhouse waste, pig slurry and glycerine
Published Date
Mar 1, 2017
Volume
61
Pages
521 - 528
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