Enhanced Anaerobic Digestion Book

Most Recent Advances in Anaerobic Digestion Inside One Document!

This book covers almost all the recent advancements in the Anaerobic Digestion industry starting from the emerging feed stocks to resource recovery of digestate; providing sufficient details on theories and practices, technologies and technology suppliers.


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ADVANCED PROCESSES AND TECHNOLOGIES FOR ENHANCED ANAEROBIC DIGESTION

This book covers almost all the recent advancements in the industry starting from the emerging feed stocks to resource recovery of digestate; providing sufficient details on theories and practices, technologies and technology suppliers-

ADVANCEMENT IN FEED COMPOSITIONS:

  • Emerging feed stocks
  • Various co-digestion fed stocks and their characteristics
  • Feed stocks energy values, ways to evaluate feed stocks’ biogas potential, etc.

FEED PRE-TREATMENT CATEGORIES AND RELATED TECHNOLOGIES:

  • Information on different feed pre-treatment technologies and commercial suppliers that sell them
  • Specific information on food waste and source separated organic waste pre-treatment with examples from existing plants and technology suppliers.

ENHANCED ANAEROBIC DIGESTION PROCESS CONSIDERATION, CONFIGURATION, AND TECHNOLOGY SELECTION:

  • Process considerations for optimal performance
  • Process selection and configurations for enhancing digestion- feeding mode, reactor stages and configurations, enhancing solid loading and recirculation, different digester types and their performance requirements, etc.
  • Special focus on co-digestion process consideration, and its specific operating conditions and challenges

BIOGAS CLEANING, UPGRADING AND UTILIZATION:

  • Information on different biogas cleaning and upgrading technologies and suppliers
  • Different biogas utilization options and related benefits

DIGESTATE TREATMENT AND RESOURCE RECOVERY:

  • Different digestate treatment and enhancement options like drying, dewatering, evaporation, pyrolysis, gasification, etc. and their related technologies
  • Emerging resource recovery options and end uses of digestate.

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