As a result, native microbial consortiums consume oxygen to thereby create an anaerobic atmosphere (anaerobic condition) in the restoration object.
A method for improved anaerobic digestion is presented.
The primary sludge may be treated in an anaerobic digester.
Effluent from the facility is introduced into the anaerobic zone in the first cell; the aerobic zone of the first cell has a fluid connection to the anaerobic zone of the next cell, and so on.
The clarifier performs pretreatment processing of biomaterial to improve anaerobic digestion.
Thus the volume of the sludge is reduced.
The enzymatic hydrolysis of peptides, especially keratin-containing substances, is conducted at a temperature » 70 °C and anaerobically; decomposition can also be conducted at a pH 11 and at high temperature.
The sludge solids pass to a digester (2) where the sludge solids undergo anaerobic digestion to produce digested sludge and bio-gas.
The micro-organism grows anaerobically thermophilically and allows use of keratin-containing substances, e.g. feathers, as the substrate.
The wastewater (100) may be treated to produce an effluent suitable for membrane filtration with the treating incorporating processes substantially free of aerobic biological treatment.
Strict anaerobic thermophilic bacterium belonging to the group of Thermoanaerobacter italicus subsp. marato subsp. nov. and mutants and derivatives thereof.
A novel class of bacteria is described which has improved efficiency in the production of ethanol by anaerobic fermentation of substrates containing carbon monoxide.
Systems and methods for performing anaerobic digestion of biomaterials using a clarifier, a batch reactor, and/or a digester are disclosed.
A control system for an anaerobic digestion process includes a flow control system, a temperature control system, and a totalization system.