Biochemical and microbiological principles of the anaerobic process hydrolysis acidogenesis methanogenesis

The anaerobic process is accomplished through biological conversion of organics to methane and carbon dioxide in an oxygen-free environment. The overall conversion process is often described as a three-stage process which may occur simultaneously in an anaerobic digester. These stages are: (1) hydrolysis of insoluble biodegradable organic matter; (2) production of acid from smaller soluble organic molecules; (3) methane generation. The three-stage scheme involving various microbial species can be described as follows: (1) hydrolysis and liquefaction; (2) acidogenesis; (3) methane fermentation.

Was this article helpful?

0 0
Going Green For More Cash

Going Green For More Cash

Stop Wasting Resources And Money And Finnally Learn Easy Ideas For Recycling Even If You’ve Tried Everything Before! I Easily Found Easy Solutions For  Recycling Instead Of Buying New And Started Enjoying Savings As Well As Helping The Earth And I'll Show You How YOU Can, Too! Are you sick to death of living with the fact that you feel like you are wasting resources and money?

Get My Free Ebook

Post a comment