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Developments in anaerobic digestion to optimize the use of livestock manure

Code: 9781801462402
Mingxue Gao, Danmeng Wang, Chunlan Mao, Yongzhong Feng, Zhiyuan Zhu, Xiaojiao Wang, Guangxin Ren and Gaihe Yang, Northwest A&F University, China

Chapter synopsis: The purpose of this chapter is to discuss developments in anaerobic digestion (AD) to optimize use of livestock manure, particularly the use of livestock manure in the production of biogas. It also discusses the use of biogas slurry and residues. The chapter shows the how AD can play an important role in promoting circular agriculture. It includes a case study on the use of AD in practice in Henan Province in China.

DOI: 10.19103/AS.2020.0077.09
Table of contents 1 Introduction 2 Livestock manure: quantities and risks 3 The biogas potential of livestock manure 4 Anaerobic mono-digestion and co-digestion 5 Factors affecting the efficiency of anaerobic digestion 6 Products from biogas digestate 7 Ecological agriculture models for biogas utilization 8 Case study: biogas production in Henan Province, China 9 Summary and future trends 10 Where to look for further information 11 Acknowledgements 12 References

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