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Semi-continuous mono-digestion of OFMSW and Co-digestion of OFMSW with beech sawdust: Assessment of the maximum operational total solid content

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Semi-continuous mono-digestion of OFMSW and Co-digestion of OFMSW with beech sawdust : Assessment of the maximum operational total solid content. / Pastor-Poquet, Vicente; Papirio, Stefano; Trably, Eric; Rintala, Jukka; Escudié, Renaud; Esposito, Giovanni.

julkaisussa: Journal of Environmental Management, Vuosikerta 231, 01.02.2019, s. 1293-1302.

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Pastor-Poquet, V, Papirio, S, Trably, E, Rintala, J, Escudié, R & Esposito, G 2019, 'Semi-continuous mono-digestion of OFMSW and Co-digestion of OFMSW with beech sawdust: Assessment of the maximum operational total solid content', Journal of Environmental Management, Vuosikerta. 231, Sivut 1293-1302. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2018.10.002

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Pastor-Poquet, V., Papirio, S., Trably, E., Rintala, J., Escudié, R., & Esposito, G. (2019). Semi-continuous mono-digestion of OFMSW and Co-digestion of OFMSW with beech sawdust: Assessment of the maximum operational total solid content. Journal of Environmental Management, 231, 1293-1302. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2018.10.002

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Pastor-Poquet, Vicente ; Papirio, Stefano ; Trably, Eric ; Rintala, Jukka ; Escudié, Renaud ; Esposito, Giovanni. / Semi-continuous mono-digestion of OFMSW and Co-digestion of OFMSW with beech sawdust : Assessment of the maximum operational total solid content. Julkaisussa: Journal of Environmental Management. 2019 ; Vuosikerta 231. Sivut 1293-1302.

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title = "Semi-continuous mono-digestion of OFMSW and Co-digestion of OFMSW with beech sawdust: Assessment of the maximum operational total solid content",
abstract = "In this study, mono-digestion of the organic fraction of municipal solid waste (OFMSW) and co-digestion of OFMSW with beech sawdust, simulating green waste, were used to investigate the maximum operational total solid (TS) content in semi-continuous high-solids anaerobic digestion (HS-AD). To alleviate substrate overloading in HS-AD, the effluent mass was relatively reduced compared to the influent mass, extending the mass retention time. To this aim, the reactor mass was daily evaluated, permitting to assess the reactor content removal by biogas production. During mono-digestion of OFMSW, the NH3 inhibition and the rapid TS removal prevented to maintain HS-AD conditions (i.e. TS ≥ 10{\%}), without exacerbating the risk of reactor acidification. In contrast, the inclusion of sawdust in OFMSW permitted to operate HS-AD up to 30{\%} TS, before acidification occurred. Therefore, including a lignocellulosic substrate in OFMSW can prevent acidification and stabilize HS-AD at very high TS contents (i.e. 20–30{\%}).",
keywords = "Acidification, Ammonia inhibition, High-solids anaerobic digestion, Influent/effluent uncoupling, Substrate overloading",
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TY - JOUR

T1 - Semi-continuous mono-digestion of OFMSW and Co-digestion of OFMSW with beech sawdust

T2 - Assessment of the maximum operational total solid content

AU - Pastor-Poquet, Vicente

AU - Papirio, Stefano

AU - Trably, Eric

AU - Rintala, Jukka

AU - Escudié, Renaud

AU - Esposito, Giovanni

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N2 - In this study, mono-digestion of the organic fraction of municipal solid waste (OFMSW) and co-digestion of OFMSW with beech sawdust, simulating green waste, were used to investigate the maximum operational total solid (TS) content in semi-continuous high-solids anaerobic digestion (HS-AD). To alleviate substrate overloading in HS-AD, the effluent mass was relatively reduced compared to the influent mass, extending the mass retention time. To this aim, the reactor mass was daily evaluated, permitting to assess the reactor content removal by biogas production. During mono-digestion of OFMSW, the NH3 inhibition and the rapid TS removal prevented to maintain HS-AD conditions (i.e. TS ≥ 10%), without exacerbating the risk of reactor acidification. In contrast, the inclusion of sawdust in OFMSW permitted to operate HS-AD up to 30% TS, before acidification occurred. Therefore, including a lignocellulosic substrate in OFMSW can prevent acidification and stabilize HS-AD at very high TS contents (i.e. 20–30%).

AB - In this study, mono-digestion of the organic fraction of municipal solid waste (OFMSW) and co-digestion of OFMSW with beech sawdust, simulating green waste, were used to investigate the maximum operational total solid (TS) content in semi-continuous high-solids anaerobic digestion (HS-AD). To alleviate substrate overloading in HS-AD, the effluent mass was relatively reduced compared to the influent mass, extending the mass retention time. To this aim, the reactor mass was daily evaluated, permitting to assess the reactor content removal by biogas production. During mono-digestion of OFMSW, the NH3 inhibition and the rapid TS removal prevented to maintain HS-AD conditions (i.e. TS ≥ 10%), without exacerbating the risk of reactor acidification. In contrast, the inclusion of sawdust in OFMSW permitted to operate HS-AD up to 30% TS, before acidification occurred. Therefore, including a lignocellulosic substrate in OFMSW can prevent acidification and stabilize HS-AD at very high TS contents (i.e. 20–30%).

KW - Acidification

KW - Ammonia inhibition

KW - High-solids anaerobic digestion

KW - Influent/effluent uncoupling

KW - Substrate overloading

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DO - 10.1016/j.jenvman.2018.10.002

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JO - Journal of Environmental Management

JF - Journal of Environmental Management

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