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    題名: Anaerobic co-digestion of agricultural wastes toward circular bioeconomy
    作者: Pan, S.-Y.;Tsai, C.-Y.;Liu, C.-W.;Wang, S.-W.;Fan, C.
    關鍵詞: Chemical engineering;Microbiology;Applied microbiology;Biotechnology;Sustainability aspects of food production
    日期: 2021-07-23
    上傳時間: 2022-03-04 12:16:33 (UTC+8)
    摘要: A huge amount of agricultural wastes and waste activated-sludge are being generated every year around the world. Anaerobic co-digestion (AcD) has been considered as an alternative for the utilization of organic matters from such organic wastes by producing bioenergy and biochemicals to realize a circular bioeconomy. Despite recent advancement in AcD processes, the effect of feedstock compositions and operating conditions on the biomethane production processe has not been critically explored. In this paper, we have reviewed the effects of feedstock (organic wastes) characteristics, including particle size, carbon-to-nitrogen ratio, and pretreatment options, on the performance of an anaerobic digestion process. In addition, we provided an overview of the effect of key control parameters, including retention time, temperature, pH of digestate, volatile fatty acids content, total solids content, and organic loading rate. Lastly, based on the findings from the literature, we have presented several perspectives and prospects on priority research to promote AcD to a steppingstone for a circular bioeconomy.
    關聯: iScience 24(7), 102704
    DOI: 10.1016/j.isci.2021.102704
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