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The challenges of anaerobic digestion and the role of biochar in optimizing anaerobic digestion.
Biochar, like most other adsorbents, is a carbonaceous material, which is formed from the combustion of plant materials, in low-zero oxygen conditions and results in a material, which has theExpand
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Impact of biochar on the anaerobic digestion of citrus peel waste.
In this study, the impact of different types of biochar and biochar ratios on the anaerobic digestion of citrus peel waste was investigated. Citrus peel has an inhibitory effect on anaerobicExpand
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High solid anaerobic digestion: Operational challenges and possibilities
The process of high solid anaerobic digestions (HSAD) was developed to reduce water usage, increase organic loading rate (OLR), reduce nutrient loss in digestate and avoid or decrease the dewateringExpand
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The effect of substrate to inoculum ratios on the anaerobic digestion of human faecal material
Abstract The anaerobic digestion (AD) of human faecal material (HFM) was investigated to consider the effect different substrate to inoculum ratios (SIR) from 0.5 to 4 on the rate and extent ofExpand
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The effect of acidogenic and methanogenic conditions on the availability and stability of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus in a digestate
Abstract Acidification and drying of digestate are important post-treatment for, respectively, improving nutrient availability and hygiene. These approaches are expected to reduce digestate soilExpand
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Optimisation of small scale anaerobic digestion technology
The recent advances in anaerobic digestion (AD) technology and changes in government policies have contributed to the gradual increase in the establishment of on-site smallscale anaerobic digestersExpand
The impact of enhanced and non-enhanced biochars on the catabolism of 14C-phenanthrene in soil
Abstract Biochar is a by-product from the pyrolysis of biomass and has a great potential in soil amendment due to its carbon and nutrient-rich properties. The aim of this study was to investigate theExpand
Co-fermentation of whey permeates and cattle slurry using a partitioned up-flow anaerobic digestion tank
Abstract Whey permeate and slurry are both from the dairy farm animals while whey is characterised with high acidity the slurry is mildly alkaline, and they are both biodegradable. In this study, aExpand
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Renewable hydrogen anaerobic fermentation technology: Problems and potentials
Hydrogen technology is essential to the decarbonisation of global economies because it addresses the variability and storage limitation of renewable energy. Several research literatures on hydrogenExpand
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