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Potential of coupling anaerobic digestion with thermochemical technologies for waste valorization

(2021) FUEL. 294.
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Rising wastes due to all round development can emphatically be seen in today?s world. Cutting edge and innovative waste processing technologies such as integration of anaerobic digestion (AD) with thermochemical processes (pyrolysis, gasification and hydrothermal carbonization) are required to decrease the adverse effects of wastes on environment and health, and to enhance the resource efficiency. The coupling of two or more technologies can not only offset the limitations of each other but can also act as a driving force to encourage the circular economy. This paper delivers an evaluation on the viability of integrating AD with thermochemical processes. The versatility of pyrochar (biochar) is examined as a means to promote it for multiple applications. The concept of integrated process design is proposed to pave a way for future research. This article throws light on different areas of waste valorization via coupling of thermal and biological routes to boost it as a possibly sustainable and green technology.
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Fuel Technology, Organic Chemistry, Energy Engineering and Power Technology, General Chemical Engineering, Anaerobic digestion, Integrated process design, Pyrochar, Thermochemical technologies, Waste valorization, INTERSPECIES ELECTRON-TRANSFER, GENERATED PRODUCER GAS, HYDROTHERMAL CARBONIZATION, CARBON-MONOXIDE, SYNGAS FERMENTATION, SEWAGE-SLUDGE, FLUIDIZED-BED, ETHANOL-PRODUCTION, MASS-TRANSFER, FOOD WASTE

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MLA
Sikarwar, Vineet, et al. “Potential of Coupling Anaerobic Digestion with Thermochemical Technologies for Waste Valorization.” FUEL, vol. 294, 2021, doi:10.1016/j.fuel.2021.120533.
APA
Sikarwar, V., Pohorely, M., Meers, E., Skoblia, S., Moško, J., & Jeremias, M. (2021). Potential of coupling anaerobic digestion with thermochemical technologies for waste valorization. FUEL, 294. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fuel.2021.120533
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Sikarwar, Vineet, Michael Pohorely, Erik Meers, Siarhei Skoblia, Jaroslav Moško, and Michal Jeremias. 2021. “Potential of Coupling Anaerobic Digestion with Thermochemical Technologies for Waste Valorization.” FUEL 294. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fuel.2021.120533.
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Sikarwar, Vineet, Michael Pohorely, Erik Meers, Siarhei Skoblia, Jaroslav Moško, and Michal Jeremias. 2021. “Potential of Coupling Anaerobic Digestion with Thermochemical Technologies for Waste Valorization.” FUEL 294. doi:10.1016/j.fuel.2021.120533.
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Sikarwar V, Pohorely M, Meers E, Skoblia S, Moško J, Jeremias M. Potential of coupling anaerobic digestion with thermochemical technologies for waste valorization. FUEL. 2021;294.
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V. Sikarwar, M. Pohorely, E. Meers, S. Skoblia, J. Moško, and M. Jeremias, “Potential of coupling anaerobic digestion with thermochemical technologies for waste valorization,” FUEL, vol. 294, 2021.
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  url          = {{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.fuel.2021.120533}},
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