Boosting dark fermentation with co-cultures of extreme thermophiles for biohythane production from garden waste.

@article{Abreu2016BoostingDF,
  title={Boosting dark fermentation with co-cultures of extreme thermophiles for biohythane production from garden waste.},
  author={Angela A Abreu and F{\'a}bio Tavares and Maria Madalena Alves and M Alcina Pereira},
  journal={Bioresource technology},
  year={2016},
  volume={219},
  pages={132-138}
}
Proof of principle of biohythane and potential energy production from garden waste (GW) is demonstrated in this study in a two-step process coupling dark fermentation and anaerobic digestion. The synergistic effect of using co-cultures of extreme thermophiles to intensify biohydrogen dark fermentation is demonstrated using xylose, cellobiose and GW. Co… CONTINUE READING