Anaerobic Digestion Technologyanaerobic digestion of Wastewater
Anaerobic digestion involves the breakdown of organic waste by bacteria in an oxygen-free environment. It is commonly used as a waste treatment process but also produces a methane-rich Biogas which can be used to generate heat and/or electricity.
ANAEROBIC DIGESTION TECHNOLOGY
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ANAEROBIC DIGESTION PROVIDES A COST EFFECTIVE SOLUTION FOR INUSTRIAL WASTEWATER
Primary options are the Covered Lagoon Anaerobic Reactor (CLAR), the Continuously Mixed Anaerobic Tank Reactor (CMATR) and the Upflow Anaerobic Sludge Reactor (UASB).
Each technology has its optimum point of application. The CLAR has a large footprint but is robust and reliable. The UASB has a much smaller footprint but needs considerably more attention for successful operation. The CMATR is a possible compromise, where land space is limited and high levels of supervision are not possible.