Methane recovery and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions: WWTP Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, Mexico


In this paper, we studied energy recovery from anaerobic digestion of sewage sludge in Waste Water Treatment Plants (WWTP), as a mechanism to reduce Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions and improve energy efficiency.

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Biogas production via microalgal biomass anaerobic fermentation – Experimental and modelling approach


An interesting raw b iom ass, other than conventional organic wastes used for the production of bioenergy,isAquatic Algal. An alternative process for collective bioenergy production and depollution is linking an anaerobic digester to a microalgal culture. The concerns about expansion in bioenergy sector during past decade have driven a number of scientists and researchers to pursue innovative solutions for its production. Nanotechnology is one of the em erging b ranches of science. It can b e applied in b ioenergy field for the purpose of feedstock modification and more efficient catalysis.

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Using Anaerobic Co-digestion to Enhance Biogas Production from Municipal Organic Wastes at Wastewater Treatment Plants


To enhance biogas production and assist in municipal organic waste management, anaerobic co-digestion with the addition of low-cost municipal organic wastes as co-substrates has been considered an effective and commercially flexible approach to reduce digestion limitations and improve methane yields at municipal wastewater treatment plants.

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