24 – Anaerobic treatment processes

@inproceedings{Anderson200324A,
  title={24 – Anaerobic treatment processes},
  author={Ken Anderson and P. J. Sallis and Sinan Uyanik},
  year={2003}
}
This chapter gives an overview of the microbiology and biochemistry unique to the anaerobic digestion processes. The key physiological and environmental factors that affect the microbial activity and system performance are also discussed. The treatment capacity in any anaerobic digester is determined by the concentration of the active biomass retained within the system. Maintaining a high biomass concentration in full-scale anaerobic digesters makes the anaerobic treatment more stable, and the… CONTINUE READING

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