Rashad Syed

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A biofilter made using volcanic pumice soil from a landfill in Taupo, New Zealand has been found to mitigate CH4 emissions from New Zealand dairy effluent ponds. However, the biofilter after drying out following almost 5 years of use removed little or no CH4. Furthermore, H2S present in the biogas (from the dairy effluent ponds) had increased the acidity(More)
Previous studies have demonstrated the effective utility of volcanic pumice soil to mitigate both high and low levels of methane (CH4) emissions through the activity of both γ-proteobacterial (type I) and α-proteobacterial (type II) aerobic methanotrophs. However, the limited availability of volcanic pumice soil necessitates the assessment of other farm(More)
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