Anaerobic Treatment of Agricultural Residues and Wastewater-Application of High-Rate Reactors

@inproceedings{Parawira2004AnaerobicTO,
  title={Anaerobic Treatment of Agricultural Residues and Wastewater-Application of High-Rate Reactors},
  author={Wilson Parawira},
  year={2004}
}
The production of methane via anaerobic digestion of agricultural residues and industrial wastewater would benefit society by providing a clean fuel from renewable feedstocks. This would reduce the use of fossil-fuel-derived energy and reduce environmental impact, including global warming and pollution. Limitation of carbon dioxide and other emissions through emission regulations, carbon taxes, and subsidies on biomass energy is making anaerobic digestion a more attractive and competitive… CONTINUE READING

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