Utilization of rumen fluid in production of bio–energy from market waste using microbial fuel cells technology

@inproceedings{Kamau2018UtilizationOR,
  title={Utilization of rumen fluid in production of bio–energy from market waste using microbial fuel cells technology},
  author={John M. Z. Kamau and Damaris Mbui and Joseph M. Mwaniki and Francis B. Mwaura},
  year={2018}
}
Slaughter house and meat processing industries discharge the most harmful wastes to water bodies and the environment at large.1 Discharging of these wastes without treatment greatly affect aquatic life as well as polluting drinking water.2 Slaughter house wastes are considered to have bacterial and viral pathogens which may infect both humans and animals with water borne diseases.3 Researchers have investigated different methods used in abattoir waste disposal. Effectiveness and efficiency of… 
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