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Anaerobic digestion of chicken manure: reducing ammonia inhibition

Franziska Schäfer
Country: Germany
Original language: English

The anaerobic digestion of chicken manure presents a number of problems, foremost among which are a high organic nitrogen content and the fermentation stage. By lowering temperatures it is possible to reduce ammonia inhibition by up to 50%. DBFZ is also studying the mono-digestion processes of chicken manure, currently treated by co-digestion. 

The anaerobic digestion of chicken manure presents a number of problems, foremost among which are a high organic nitrogen content and the fermentation stage. By lowering temperatures it is possible to reduce ammonia inhibition by up to 50%. DBFZ is also studying the mono-digestion processes of chicken manure, currently treated by co-digestion. 

 

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