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1. Efficient nitrogen removal in a pilot system based on upflow multi-layer bioreactor for treatment of strong nitrogenous swine wastewater.

In order to prevent the toxic effect caused by high strength ammonium in a swine wastewater treatment system, a patented upflow multi-layer bioreactor (UMBR) as a pre-anoxic tank was applied to a pilot-scale plant with a treatment capacity of 5 m3/d. This plant was operated for 4 months at a high...

Author(s) : An JinYoung; Kwon JoongChun; Ahn DeogWon; Shin DongHoon; Shin HangSik; Kim ByungWoo

Publisher : Elsevier, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Process Biochemistry 2007 Vol.42 No.5 pp.764-772 ref.26

2. Effect of HRT and slurry concentration on biogas production in cattle dung based anaerobic bioreactors.

The effect of three different cattle dung slurry concentrations (1:1, 1:4 and 1:9) at three different HRTs of 20, 30 and 40 days was studied at pilot scale for one year. The results showed that both biogas yield and methane content of gas obtained in 1:4 and 1:9 slurry concentrations were...

Author(s) : Yadvika; Sreekrishnan, T. R.; Santosh, S.; Kohli, S.

Publisher : Selper Ltd, London, UK

Journal article : Environmental Technology 2007 Vol.28 No.4 pp.433-442 ref.19

4. Waste re-cycling using edible mushroom cultivation.

Waste re-cycling through edible mushroom cultivation was investigated. Edible mushroom species used in this study include Pleurotus tuber-regium, Pleurotus osteratus var florida and Volvariella volvacea, while the agricultural wastes include corn cob, corn husk and poultry waste (used as an...

Author(s) : Elenwo, E. N.; Okere, S. E.

Publisher : NCRP, Faculty of Science, University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt, Nigeria

Journal article : Journal of Applied Sciences and Environmental Management 2007 Vol.11 No.3 pp.153-156

5. Peri-urban aquaculture in Kolkata.

A summary of the development of wastewater-based peri-urban aquaculture in West Bengal, India, over the past 27 years.

Author(s) : Edwards, P. E.

Publisher : NACA (Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific),

Miscellaneous : NACA - Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific 2003 pp.3 pp.

6. Novel feeds and feed additives from farm wastes.

The potential utilization of processed animal manures in feeds is briefly described.

Author(s) : Yasenetskiĭ, V. A.; Sheĭchenko, V. A.

Journal article : Kormoproizvodstvo 1999 No.No. 11 pp.31-32

10. Blends boost composters' market options - and profits.

The marketing advantages and opportunities offered by blending compost with other materials are discussed. Types of blending materials for compost mixing are described. The benefits of using compost in soil mixes are considered. Factors to be considered in using compost in blends are discussed...

Author(s) : Glenn, J.

Journal article : BioCycle 1999 Vol.40 No.2 pp.51-54

12. Rendered products-a source of readily available nutrients.

Author(s) : Shepherd, T.

Journal article : Feed Mix 1999 Vol.7 No.1/2 pp.30-31,33

13. Manure production and characteristics.

Publisher : American Society of Agricultural Engineers (ASAE), St Joseph, USA

Miscellaneous : ASAE standards 1999. Standards, engineering practices, data. 1999 No.Ed.46 pp.663-665

14. Turning sludge into profit.

The waste stream generated from processing animal carcasses and an innovative new way to improve the feeding quality and profitability of what was once considered a negative end product of animal processing, sludge, is discussed.

Author(s) : Robey, W.; Shermer, B.; Fitzpatrick, M.

Journal article : International Poultry Production 1999 Vol.7 No.6 pp.7,9,11 ref.3

16. Management of farm effluents [and effects on soils, animal health, and human health].

Foreign Title :Manejo de efluentes de instalaciones de ordeño.

Author(s) : Aguirre, G.

Journal article : Revista de Medicina Veterinaria (Buenos Aires) 1999 Vol.80 No.5 pp.414-416 ref.9

17. Pig feed from sugar beet pulp.

Author(s) : Kjos, N. P.; Øverland, M.; Matre, T.

Journal article : Feed Mix 1999 Vol.7 No.4 pp.22-24 ref.7

18. Re-cycling spent hens for feed.

Author(s) : Hunton, P.

Journal article : Feed Mix 1999 Vol.7 No.4 pp.29-30 ref.7

19. Effects of stocking density and feeding rate on vermicomposting of biosolids.

Compared to conventional microbial composting, vermicomposting of waste streams from industries produces a product that is more or less homogeneous, with desirable aesthetics, reduced levels of contaminants, and tends to hold more nutrients over a longer period, without impacting the environment....

Author(s) : Ndegwa, P. M.; Thompson, S. A.; Das, K. C.

Journal article : Bioresource Technology 2000 Vol.71 No.1 pp.5-12 ref.24

20. Selective desulphurisation of dibenzothiophene by a soil bacterium: microbial DBT desulphurisation.

Dibenzothiophene (DBT) is a representative organic sulphur compound in fossil fuels, and its desulphurization by living cells, resting cells and enzymes of a soil bacterium was investigated. The strain could grow on DBT, but its maximum growth was obtained in a medium of DBT plus thiamine (50...

Author(s) : Maxwell, S.; Yu Jian

Journal article : Process Biochemistry 2000 Vol.35 No.6 pp.551-556 ref.12

21. Total condensable effluents yield in slow pyrolysis of bagasse briquettes.

A full 23 experimental factorial design approach was applied to obtain a mathematical model relating the total condensable effluents in slow pyrolysis of bagasse briquettes to three independent variables. These were apparent density of pressed bagasse briquettes (231 and 371 kg/m3), highest...

Author(s) : Brossard, L. E.; Cortez, L. A. B.; Penedo, M.; Bezzon, G.; Olivares, E.

Journal article : Energy Conversion and Management 2000 Vol.41 No.3 pp.223-233 ref.6

22. Co-composting of spent pig litter and sludge with forced-aeration.

Co-composting spent pig litter (a mixture of partially decomposed pig manure and sawdust) with pig sludge (the sludge that settled at the bottom of the primary sedimentation tank in treating slurries) was evaluated as a means to reduce the volume of wastes and to produce a stable organic soil...

Author(s) : Tiquia, S. M.; Tam, N. F. Y.

Journal article : Bioresource Technology 2000 Vol.72 No.1 pp.1-7 ref.34

24. An effective method for bioconversion of delignified waste-cellulose fibers from the paper industry with a cellulase complex.

An effective method for production of glucose was developed using enzymatic hydrolysis of waste-cellulose fibres by the cellulase complex from Trichoderma reesei [Trichoderma longibrachiatum]. However, these cellulosic materials are strongly resistant to direct enzymatic hydrolysis (the degree of...

Author(s) : Nikolov, T.; Bakalova, N.; Petrova, S.; Benadova, R.; Spasov, S.; Kolev, D.

Journal article : Bioresource Technology 2000 Vol.71 No.1 pp.1-4 ref.25

25. Production of carotenoids by strains of Rhodotorula glutinis cultured in raw materials of agro-industrial origin.

The production of carotenoids by strains of Rhodotorula glutinis on different raw materials of agro-industrial origin (grape must, glucose syrup, beet molasses, soyabean flour extract, maize flour extract) was investigated. Maximum yield (5.95 mg/litre of total carotenoids culture fluid, 630 µg/g...

Author(s) : Buzzini, P.; Martini, A.

Journal article : Bioresource Technology 2000 Vol.71 No.1 pp.41-44 ref.22