Hydrogen and electricity production from a food processing wastewater using fermentation and microbial fuel cell technologies.

@article{Oh2005HydrogenAE,
  title={Hydrogen and electricity production from a food processing wastewater using fermentation and microbial fuel cell technologies.},
  author={Sang Eun Oh and Bruce E Logan},
  journal={Water research},
  year={2005},
  volume={39 19},
  pages={4673-82}
}
Hydrogen can be produced from fermentation of sugars in wastewaters, but much of the organic matter remains in solution. We demonstrate here that hydrogen production from a food processing wastewater high in sugar can be linked to electricity generation using a microbial fuel cell (MFC) to achieve more effective wastewater treatment. Grab samples were taken from: plant effluent at two different times during the day (Effluents 1 and 2; 735+/-15 and 3250+/-90 mg-COD/L), an equalization tank… CONTINUE READING
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