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Aerobic and anaerobic decomposition of sewage solids I Changes during decomposition processes


Aerobic and anaerobic decomposition of sewage solids I Changes during decomposition processes



Indust And Engineer Chem: 1312-1315



The progress of decomposition of volatile matter, protein, fats, and biochemical oxygen demand reduction was strikingly similar under both conditions. With unseeded material, rate of destruction is greatest under aerobic conditions; with properly seeded material, greatest under anaerobic conditions. Rate of N reduction corresponds to rate of fat reduction. Under both aerobic and anaerobic conditions, protein reduction takes place. Under aerobic conditions a reduction in ash content is observed.

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