aerobic process

aerobic process

[e′rōb·ik ′präs·əs]
(biology)
A process requiring the presence of oxygen.
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An aerobic process is marked by the presence of heat, Carbon (IV) Oxide and moisture, a process that replicates itself till all the fodder is rotten and the resulting fodder is hot and dominated by a pungent smell.
Function: The silo MBH aerobic process takes place, the conditions for an efficient and hygienic waste disposal must be ensured.
Comparison of aerobic and anaerobic treatment of dairy industry wastewaters Factors Aerobic process Anaerobic process Reactors Aerated lagoons, UASB, Anaerobic filter, oxidation ditches, Upflow packed bed Stabilization ponds, reactor, CSTR, Down Trickling filters and flow fixed-film Biological discs reactor, Buoyant Filter Bioreactor, Reactor size Aerated lagoons, Smaller reactor size is oxidation ditches, required Stabilization ponds, Trickling filters and Biological discs requires larger land area but SBR needs comparatively lower area.
Currently, aerobic process particularly aeration pond is widely used by the mills to treat POME at secondary level.
10 that the plant would not create noxious odors or nuisance noise because of its small volume and enclosed, aerobic process using wood chips.
These more evolved cells had a new and much more efficient way of generating energy that worked in an atmosphere with more oxygen in it: their primary source of energy was an aerobic process in the mitochondria.
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.
An aerobic treatment system (ATS) is a small scale sewage treatment system similar to a septic tank system that uses an aerobic process for digestion rather than just the anaerobic process used in septic systems.
In countries which could not afford the aerobic process, the untreated, highly-contaminated water would have polluted the environment, affected aquatic life, and even endangered public health.
This aerobic process does not produce methane and is therefore much better for the environment.
D'Arta further protects the environment and controls operational costs by treating used water at its own plants via an anaerobic as well as aerobic process.
To begin, outline the areas for your new beds using a rope or garden hose, then soak the space with water and add lime, an organic phosphate that lowers acidity and jump starts the aerobic process, breaking down the layers.