Opportunity of Biogas Production from Solid Organic Wastes through Anaerobic Digestion

Sagor Kumar Pramanik, Fatihah Suja`, Biplob Kumar Pramanik, Shahrom Md Zain

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Abstract

Solid organic wastes create potential risks to environmental pollution and human health due to the uncontrolled discharge of huge quantities of hazardous wastes from numerous sources. Now-a-days, anaerobic digestion (AD) is considered as a verified and effective alternative compared to other techniques for treating solid organic waste. The paper reviewed the biological process and parameters involved in the AD along with the factors could enhance the AD process. Hydrolysis is considered as a rate-limiting phase in the complex AD process. The performance and stability of AD process is highly influenced by various operating parameters like temperature, pH, carbon and nitrogen ratio, retention time, and organic loading rate. Different pre-treatment (e.g. mechanical, chemical and biological) could enhance the AD process and the biogas yield. Co-digestion can also be used to provide suitable nutrient balance inside the digester. Challenges of the anaerobic digestion for biogas production are also discussed.

Original languageEnglish
Article number05025
JournalE3S Web of Conferences
Volume65
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 26 Nov 2018
Event2018 International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering, ICCEE 2018 - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Duration: 2 Oct 20185 Oct 2018

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Anaerobic digestion
Biogas
biogas
anaerobic digestion
organic waste
hazardous waste
biological processes
Nutrients
digestion
hydrolysis
Hydrolysis
Pollution
Health
Nitrogen
Carbon
nitrogen
carbon

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  • Earth and Planetary Sciences(all)

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Opportunity of Biogas Production from Solid Organic Wastes through Anaerobic Digestion. / Pramanik, Sagor Kumar; Suja`, Fatihah; Pramanik, Biplob Kumar; Md Zain, Shahrom.

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