Bioenergy production from food processing wastewater
 
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Polityka Energetyczna – Energy Policy Journal 2007;10(1):131–139
 
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Paper presents the technical possibilities to produce bioenergy from agricultural wastewater. It concentrates on biohydrogen, bioethanol, biomethane and biological electricity production. It discussed the bases of biochemical processes generated bioenergy and takes into consideration the efficiencies of each biological step. The main aim of this paper is to point that food processing wastewater are the cheap materiał to produce bioenergy with simultanic wastewaters treatment.
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Produkcja bioenergii ze ścieków przemysłu spożywczego
bioenergia, MFC, metan, wodór, etanol, biogaz, ścieki przemysłu spożywczego
W artykule przedstawiono możliwości wytwarzania bioenergii ze ścieków przemysłowych. Skoncentrowano się na możliowści produkcji biowodoru, biometanu, bioetanolu oraz bioenergii elektrycznej. Omówiono podstawy biochemicznych szlaków, w oparciu o które wytwarzana jest bioenergia oraz zwrócono uwagę na produktywność energetyczną poszczególnych procesów. Głównym celem publikacji jest wskazanie, że istnieje możliwość wykorzystania ścieków z przemysłu spożywczego jako taniego surowca do produkcji bioenergii, z jednoczesnym oczyszczeniem ścieków
 
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