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Batch anaerobic co-digestion of waste activated sludge and microalgae (Chlorella sorokiniana) at mesophilic temperature

AuthorsBeltrán, Carolina; Jeison, David; Fermoso, Fernando G. ; Borja Padilla, Rafael
KeywordsAnaerobic co-digestion
Microalgae
Batch studies
Mesophilic temperature
Waste activated sludge
Issue Date2016
PublisherTaylor & Francis
CitationJournal of Environmental Science and Health - Part A Toxic/Hazardous Substances and Environmental Engineering 51: 847- 850 (2016)
AbstractABSTRACT: The microalgae Chlorella sorokiniana are used as co-substrate for waste activated sludge (WAS) anaerobic digestion. The specific objective of this research was to evaluate the feasibility of improving methane production from anaerobic digestion of WAS in co-digestion with this microalga, based on an optimized mixture percentage. Thus, the anaerobic co-digestion of both substrates aims to overcome the drawbacks of the anaerobic digestion of single WAS, simultaneously improving its management. Different co-digestion mixtures (0% WAS-100% microalgae; 25% WAS-75% microalgae; 50% WAS-50% microalgae; 75% WAS-25% microalgae; 100% WAS-0% microalgae) were studied. The highest methane yield (442 mL CH/g VS) was obtained for the mixture with 75% WAS and 25% microalgae. This value was 22% and 39% higher than that obtained in the anaerobic digestion of the sole substrates WAS and microalgae, respectively, as well as 16% and 25% higher than those obtained for the co-digestion mixtures with 25% WAS and 75% microalgae and 50% WAS and 50% microalgae, respectively. The kinetic constant of the process increased 42%, 42% and 12%, respectively, for the mixtures with 25%, 50% and 75% of WAS compared to the substrate without WAS. Anaerobic digestion of WAS, together with C. sorokiniana, has been clearly improved by ensuring its viability, suitability and efficiency.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/147565
DOI10.1080/10934529.2016.1181456
Identifiersdoi: 10.1080/10934529.2016.1181456
issn: 1532-4117
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