The fate of methanol in anaerobic bioreactors

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Florencio, L.;
(1994)
  • Publisher: Florencio
  • Subject: rioolwater | anaerobic treatment | industrie | waste water treatment | waste water | industry | industrieel afval | afvalwaterbehandeling | industrial wastes | water treatment | waterzuivering | methanol | anaërobe behandeling | afvalwater | sewage

<p>Methanol is an important component of certain industrial wastewaters. In anaerobic environments, methanol can be utilized by methanogens and acetogens. In wastewater treatment plants, the conversion of methanol into methane is preferred because this conversion ... View more
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