Anaerobic codigestion of urban solid waste fresh leachate and domestic wastewaters : Biogas production potential and kinetic
Anaerobic codigestion of urban solid waste fresh leachate and domestic wastewaters : Biogas production potential and kinetic / Abd-essamad Moujanni, Imane Qarraey, Aaziz Ouatmane
p. 38-44 ; 26 cm
수록자료: Environmental engineering research. Korean Society of Environmental Engineers. Vol.24 no.1(2019 Mar.), p. 38-44 24:1<38 ISSN 1226-1025↔ 저자: Abd-essamad Moujanni, Agroressource, Bioenergie and Environment Team, Science and Technology Faculty, Sultane Moulay Slimane University 저자: Imane Qarraey, Agroressource, Bioenergie and Environment Team, Science and Technology Faculty, Sultane Moulay Slimane University 저자: Aaziz Ouatmane, Agroressource, Bioenergie and Environment Team, Science and Technology Faculty, Sultane Moulay Slimane University
The Biochemical Methane Potential (BMP) of fresh leachate and domestic wastewaters codigestion was determined by laboratory Bach Tests at 35°C over a period of 90 d using a wide range of leachates volumetric ratios from 0% to 100%. To simulate wastewaters plant treatment step, all the ratios were first air stripped for 48 h before anaerobic incubation. The kinetic of biogas production was assessed using modified Gompertz model and exponential equation. The results obtained showed that cumulative biogas production was insignificant in the case of wastewaters monodigestion while the codigestion significantly improves the BMP. Air stripping pretreatment had positive effect on both ammonium concentration and volatiles fatty acids with reduction up to 75% and 42%, respectively. According to the Modified Gompertz model, the optimal anaerobic co-digestion conditions both in terms of maximal biogas potential, start-up period and maximum daily biogas production rate, could be achieved within large leachate volumetric ratios from 25% to 75% with a maximum BMP value of 438.42 mL/g volatile solid at 50% leachate ratio. The positive effect of codigestion was attributed to a dilution effect of chemical oxygen demand and volatile fatty acid concentrations to optimal range that was between 11.7 to 32.3 gO₂/L and 2.1 to 7.4 g/L, respectively. These results suggested that the treatment of fresh leachate by their dilution and co digestion at wastewaters treatment plants could be a promising alternative for both energetic and treatment purposes.