Study of the Transition of Activated Sludges to an Adapted Anaerobic Inoculum for Anaerobic Digestion
Countries which do not possess a well established network of anaerobic digesters, such as many developing countries, may have great difficulty in purchasing large amounts of anaerobic inocula, for use as sludge which is well adapted to seed anaerobic reactors for wastewater treatment.
KeywordsHydrolysis Sludge Propionate Aeration Settling
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