Banks, C.J.; Humphreys, P.N.
November 1998
Water Science & Technology;1998, Vol. 38 Issue 4/5, p29
Discusses the anaerobic treatment of a lingo-cellulosic substrate offering little natural pH buffering capacity. Reason for the failure to maintain a stable digestion in both single stage reactors; Rapid souring of the reactor due to unbuffered volatile fatty acid (VFA) accumulation; Monitoring of reactor performance.


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