Biohydrogen from thermophilic co-fermentation of swine manure with fruit and vegetable waste: maximizing stable production without pH control.

@article{Tenca2011BiohydrogenFT,
  title={Biohydrogen from thermophilic co-fermentation of swine manure with fruit and vegetable waste: maximizing stable production without pH control.},
  author={Alberto Tenca and Andrea Schievano and Francesca Perazzolo and Fabrizio Adani and R. Oberti},
  journal={Bioresource technology},
  year={2011},
  volume={102 18},
  pages={8582-8}
}
Hydrogen production by dark fermentation may suffer of inhibition or instability due to pH deviations from optimality. The co-fermentation of promptly degradable feedstock with alkali-rich materials, such as livestock wastes, may represent a feasible and easy to implement approach to avoid external adjustments of pH. Experiments were designed to investigate the effect of the mixing ratio of fruit-vegetable waste with swine manure with the aim of maximizing biohydrogen production while obtaining… CONTINUE READING

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