anaerobic process


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anaerobic process

[¦an·ə¦rōb·ik ′präs·əs]
(science and technology)
A process from which air or oxygen not in chemical combination is excluded.
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Reactors operating at 55[degrees]C highlighted the instability of the process and the accumulation of volatile fatty acids until the inhibition of the anaerobic process.
The purpose of the start-up of the high rate anaerobic process is to cultivate and to retain high concentration of active biomass in the reactor.
Although the retention time is relatively lower compared to anaerobic process, other options for secondary treatment should be consider to accelerate the overall treatment process.
The company has pioneered two proprietary process technology platforms to date- the Advanced Fluidized Co-Digestion & Co-Generation (AFC2) anaerobic process and the Advanced Fluidized Composting (AFC) aerobic process - each with multiple applications.
Bokashi is a Japanese word meaning 'fermented organic matter' and it offers a simple, yet effective composting system whereby all raw food waste is recycled using an anaerobic process.
In this context, anaerobic process is gaining more attention among the researchers and scientists for the treatment of PCE [9] and [10].
Composed of methane, carbon dioxide, and hydrogen sulphide, biogas is produced by fermenting animal, plant or human waste in the absence of oxygen -- an anaerobic process.
Generally, the anaerobic process is still the subject of research, due to the biogas evolved as a by product of such a process.
In very basic terms it is approximately 70% methane and 30% carbon dioxide made when organic material decays in an anaerobic process (without oxygen) in a temperature range of 85[degrees]F to 105[degrees]F.
The biogas coming from the anaerobic process (65% methane) is reused for keeping the anaerobic on temperature," explained Laridon.