Themed collection Anaerobic Technology

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Editorial

Anaerobic technology

Guest Editors Paige Novak, Jeremy Guest and Aijie Wang introduce the Anaerobic technology themed issue of Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology.

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Tutorial Review

Trickling filters following anaerobic sewage treatment: state of the art and perspectives

This paper reviews the experience of the last 20 years of research, design and operation of UASB/TF systems.

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Emerging investigators series: revisiting greenhouse gas mitigation from conventional activated sludge and anaerobic-based wastewater treatment systems

Elucidation of N2O formation mechanisms in aerobic-based wastewater treatment is essential for effective greenhouse gas mitigation, whereas mainstream anaerobic treatment requires improved methane recoverability.

Graphical abstract: Emerging investigators series: revisiting greenhouse gas mitigation from conventional activated sludge and anaerobic-based wastewater treatment systems
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Critical Review

Current status and perspectives on anaerobic co-digestion and associated downstream processes

Anaerobic co-digestion (AcoD) has the potential to utilise spare digestion capacity at existing wastewater treatment plants to simultaneously enhance biogas production by digesting organic rich industrial waste and achieve sustainable organic waste management.

Graphical abstract: Current status and perspectives on anaerobic co-digestion and associated downstream processes
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Amending anaerobic bioreactors with pyrogenic carbonaceous materials: the influence of material properties on methane generation

The impact of pyrogenic carbonaceous material amendments on methane production in short-term anaerobic batch reactors depended on multiple material properties, including, but not limited to, electrical conductivity.

Graphical abstract: Amending anaerobic bioreactors with pyrogenic carbonaceous materials: the influence of material properties on methane generation
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Achieving high-rate hydrogen recovery from wastewater using customizable alginate polymer gel matrices encapsulating biomass

Alginate encapsulation matrices selectively retained hydrogen producing biomass, achieving reliable high-rate production of hydrogen at various operating conditions.

Graphical abstract: Achieving high-rate hydrogen recovery from wastewater using customizable alginate polymer gel matrices encapsulating biomass
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Exploring the limits of anaerobic biodegradability of urban wastewater by AnMBR technology

Anaerobic membrane bioreactors (AnMBRs) can achieve maximum energy recovery from urban wastewater (UWW) by converting influent COD into methane.

Graphical abstract: Exploring the limits of anaerobic biodegradability of urban wastewater by AnMBR technology
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An anaerobic hybrid bioreactor for biologically enhanced primary treatment of domestic wastewater under low temperatures

Anaerobic hybrid reactor system for the generation of methane-rich biogas and energy. An energy-positive alternative to conventional primary treatment of raw domestic wastewater.

Graphical abstract: An anaerobic hybrid bioreactor for biologically enhanced primary treatment of domestic wastewater under low temperatures
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Anaerobic membrane gas extraction facilitates thermophilic hydrogen production from Clostridium thermocellum

Clostridium thermocellum is among the most efficient bacteria to convert cellulosic biomass into H2 during dark fermentation.

Graphical abstract: Anaerobic membrane gas extraction facilitates thermophilic hydrogen production from Clostridium thermocellum
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Investigation of sludge reduction and biogas generation in high-rate anaerobic side-stream reactors for wastewater treatment

Activated sludge systems incorporating a 2 day anaerobic side-stream reactor (ASSR) show significantly decreased waste sludge production.

Graphical abstract: Investigation of sludge reduction and biogas generation in high-rate anaerobic side-stream reactors for wastewater treatment
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Removal of antibiotic resistance genes in an anaerobic membrane bioreactor treating primary clarifier effluent at 20 °C

Antibiotic resistance genes are removed by anaerobic membrane bioreactors at 20 °C.

Graphical abstract: Removal of antibiotic resistance genes in an anaerobic membrane bioreactor treating primary clarifier effluent at 20 °C
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Hydrogen consumption and methanogenic community evolution in anodophilic biofilms in single chamber microbial electrolysis cells under different startup modes

GeoChips based on mcrA and cytochrome genes to evaluate community structure variety of methanogens and electron transfer process.

Graphical abstract: Hydrogen consumption and methanogenic community evolution in anodophilic biofilms in single chamber microbial electrolysis cells under different startup modes
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Efficient biorefinery of waste activated sludge and vinegar residue into volatile fatty acids: effect of feedstock conditioning on performance and microbiology

Biorefinery of waste activated sludge into carboxylic acids, particularly low molecular fatty acids, is of major interest due to its carbonaceous characteristics.

Graphical abstract: Efficient biorefinery of waste activated sludge and vinegar residue into volatile fatty acids: effect of feedstock conditioning on performance and microbiology
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Effect of pyrolysis on the removal of antibiotic resistance genes and class I integrons from municipal wastewater biosolids

Biosolids carry a substantial portion of antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs) leaving wastewater treatment plants. Pyrolysis substantially reduces ARGs in biosolids.

Graphical abstract: Effect of pyrolysis on the removal of antibiotic resistance genes and class I integrons from municipal wastewater biosolids
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About this collection

Guest Edited by Jeremy Guest (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA) Paige Novak (University of Minnesota, USA) and Aijie Wang (Chinese Academy of Sciences, China), this collection of papers in Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology showcases some of the latest research on state-of-the-art anaerobic bioprocesses for sustainable water.

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