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JOCET 2015 Vol.3(3): 181-184 ISSN: 1793-821X
DOI: 10.7763/JOCET.2015.V3.192

Anaerobic Digestion of Waste Organic Matter and Biogas Production

Nabila Laskri, Oualid Hamdaoui, and Nawel Nedjah
Abstract—We are interested in carrying out the process called anaerobic digestion of two different substrates: the biodegradable waste from landfill and sludge from the wastewater treatment plant by natural lagoon. The experiment is performed in a digester with a capacity one liter, sealed. To optimize the degradation of organic matter, we followed the evolution of the degradation of organic matter by measuring the CDO, the volume of biogas formed during the digestion, the temperature and the pH of the process. We found that the sludge off the wastewater treatment plant by natural lagoon is very rich in fermentable and biodegradable organic material than the proportion of fermentable material of the landfill. The biogas formed is flammable, so very rich in methane. The volume of biogas produced during the digestion of sludge is greater than 10 times compared with the digestion of organic matter in the landfill. Knowing beforehand that the volume of biogas produced is always a function of the residence time of digestion and the concentration of organic matter.

Index Terms—Methanogenesis, organic matter, anaerobic digestion, biogas, sludge.

Nabila Laskri and Nawel Nedjah are with the Preparatory School Science and Technology. Annaba, Algeria (e-mail: laskri_n@yahoo.fr, nedjah_nawel@yahoo.fr).
Oualid Hamdaoui is with the University Badji Mokhtar Faculty of Engineering Sciences, Laboratory of Environmental Engineering, Annaba, Algeria (e-mail: ohamdaoui@yahoo.fr).

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Cite:Nabila Laskri, Oualid Hamdaoui, and Nawel Nedjah, "Anaerobic Digestion of Waste Organic Matter and Biogas Production," Journal of Clean Energy Technologies vol. 3, no. 3, pp. 181-184, 2015.

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