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THE USE OF OUT-OF-DATE FROZEN FOOD AS A SUBSTRATE FOR BIOGAS IN ANAEROBIC METHANE FERMENTATION

Date added: 2018-10-01
Type: Article

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Anna Klepacz-Smółka

Anna Klepacz-Smółka

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Damian Pietrzyk

Damian Pietrzyk

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Abstract

The declining quantity of fossil fuels and the increasing demand for energy are two of the many problems that
are affecting current times. This is why there is an increasing interest in and introduction of operations related
to renewable sources of energy. One of many such possibilities is to conduct the biomass methane
fermentation process and to obtain clean energy in the form of biogas. The aim of this research was to analyse
the biogas-generating potential (Biochemical Methane Potential) of out-of-date frozen products in the
laboratory anaerobic fermentation process and the near-infrared method with appropriate Biochemical
Methane Potential calibration. The results obtained showed that selected frozen products are an excellent
material for use as substrates resulting in the production of high quality biogas. It gives the opportunity to
continue research, mainly in terms of applications, e.g. for biogas plants, using other available products on the
market and the selection of their mixtures.

Keywords / Tags

Key words: renewable source of energy, biogas, methane fermentation, out-of-date frozen food, methane, inoculum, bmp

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