Kinetics of the anaerobic purification of aerobically prebiotreated olive mill wastewater
Keywords:Aerobically pretreated, Anaerobic depuration, Kinetics, Olive mill wastewater
A kinetic study has been carried out on the process of anaerobic purification of an olive mill wastewater pre-treated aerobically to eliminate the greater part of the phenolic compounds responsible for inhibition. Two anaerobic digesters were used, one with Pansil support, and the other a Reference without filling. The aim was to study the influence of the immobilization support both on the biokinetic constants and on the efficiency of the anaerobic digestion process or biomethanization of this pre-treated olive mill wastewater. In contrast to what takes place with natural olive mill wastewater, only a very small decrease in the apparent rate constants of the anaerobic process was observed on increasing load density. At the same time, no inhibition was found in the biomethanization of this aerobically pre-treated wastewater.
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Borja Padilla R, Martín JA, Maestro Durán R, Alba Mendoza J, Fiestas de Ursinos JA. Kinetics of the anaerobic purification of aerobically prebiotreated olive mill wastewater. grasasaceites [Internet]. 1991Jun.30 [cited 2023Mar.29];42(3):194-201. Available from: https://grasasyaceites.revistas.csic.es/index.php/grasasyaceites/article/view/1244
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