Article : Current Status And Future Challenges Of Two Stage Anaerobic Digestion: A Review

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Current Status And Future Challenges Of Two Stage Anaerobic Digestion: A Review

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Archana Paranjpe, Abhay Kumar Sharma, R.K.Ranjan, Parul Tripathi

Present investigation reveals the energy yield, environmental issues, and waste management through optimal two stage anaerobic digestion process. The various process parameters (TKN, pH, C/N ratio, moisture content etc.) need to control in such a manner that in less retention time, more biogas yield to be recorded with high quality manure. Present disposal of municipal solid waste (MSW) through incineration / landfills creates air, soil and ground water pollution. Presently, modern anaerobic digestion prefers two stage technology worlds- wide, because major environmental problems eliminated with the optimum biogas yield. The future challenges to be met are production of Bio H2, Bio fuel, using various substrates along with MSW.

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