TITLE

The performance and microbial diversity of temperature-phased hyperthermophilic and thermophilic anaerobic digestion system fed with organic waste

AUTHOR(S)
Lee, M. Y.; Cheon, J. H.; Hidaka, T.; Tsuno, H.
PUB. DATE
January 2008
SOURCE
Water Science & Technology;2008, Vol. 57 Issue 2, p283
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The objective of this study was to evaluate the performances and microbial diversities for development of the effective hyperthermophilic digester system that consists of a hyperthermophilic reactor and hyperthermophilic or thermophilic reactor in series. Lab-scale reactors were operated continuously fed with artificial kitchen garbage. The effect of temperature on the acidification step was firstly investigated. Results indicated that 20.8% of COD solubilization was achieved at 70°C, with 12.6% at 80°C. The average protein solubilization reached 31% at 80°C. Methane conversion efficiency following the acidification was around 85% on average at 55°C, but decreased with increasing temperature and methane gas was not produced over 73°C. As well, bacteria affiliated with the methanogens dominated the population below 65°C, while those affiliated with acidogens were predominant over 73°C. These results indicated that the hyperthermophilic process has considerable benefits to treat wastewater or waste containing high concentration of protein.
ACCESSION #
29414893

 

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