Effect of organic loading rate on anaerobic treatment of slaughterhouse wastewater in a fluidised bed reactor

@inproceedings{Borja1995EffectOO,
  title={Effect of organic loading rate on anaerobic treatment of slaughterhouse wastewater in a fluidised bed reactor},
  author={Rafael Borja and Charles J. Banks and Zhengjian Wang},
  year={1995}
}
COD removed efficiencies in the range 75·0NDASH;98·9% were achieved in an anaerobic fluidised-bed reactor treating slaughterhouse wastewater, when evaluated at organic loading rates (OLR) of between 2·9 and 54·0 g COD/l.d, hydraulic retention times (HRT) of between 0·5 and 8 h and feed COD concentrations of between 250 and 4500 mg/l. More than 94% of feed COD could be removed up to OLR of about 27 g COD/l.d. Up to 0·320 litres of methane were produced per gram of COD removed and this methane… CONTINUE READING

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