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The effects of pesticides on anaerobic digestion processes



The effects of pesticides on anaerobic digestion processes



Environmental Technology 12(6): 471-476



The effects of the fungicide Mancozeb, the herbicide Ametryne, and the molluscicide Niclosamide, on the anaerobic digestion of glucose by a mixed bacterial population were evaluated. Effects on activity of a pure culture of the methanogen, Methanosarcina barkeri was also tested. Pronounced inhibition of methanogenesis from glucose was observed for Mancozeb at a concentration of 100 mg.cntdot.1-1. In contrast, methanogenesis by Methanosarcina barkeri was not affected by Ametryne and Mancozeb, although Niclosamide delayed the onset of methanogenesis. Long-term incubations (up to 60 days) indicated relief from Niclosamide inhibition.

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