Discuss about the Integrated Processes of Anaerobic Digestion.
The several essentials of the state art were to deal with the WTE that includes the different technologies that deals with the gasification, combustion and the anaerobic digestion. I need to solve the different dilemma related to the waste management, emission of the green house and energy demand. I have understood the successful lessons on the supply chain that has a green pellet that makes a heating supply of the of the wastes that may be used for the production of the bio gas. I have seen the policy makers to address the concerns of the public that deals primarily with the implementation and the promulgation of the strategies based on supply chain management. In order to encounter the barriers there is a need for the financial, technological and the various institutional and the regulatory aspects that when added in the list of the opportunities creates an informational dissemination (Cucchiella, D’Adamo and Gastaldi 2014).
It is evident that the anaerobic digestion of the plant is based on the residues that are converted into digestate and the biogas. A thorough investigation reveals that the feasibility is to combine the pyrolysis process and the anaerobic digestion that might increases the level of the energy recovery. The pyrolysis products yield the biochar that I have found through the findings from the other relevant studies of the investigated pyrolysis and their digestion. There is a need to balance the energy in the coupled anaerobic digestion that is based primarily on the pyrolysis process. Utilization of the liquid biofuels and the gas has been eventually derived from the digestate pyrolysis that has an electrical production that can be achieved by adding with it the AD (Feng and Lin 2017). The hybrid results in the system that has been revealed has eventually helped me to understand the different pyrolysis of the oil that needs to be increased in order to make the comparison stand out.
Cucchiella, F., D’Adamo, I. and Gastaldi, M., 2014. Sustainable management of waste-to-energy facilities. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 33, pp.719-728.
Feng, Q. and Lin, Y., 2017. Integrated processes of anaerobic digestion and pyrolysis for higher bioenergy recovery from lignocellulosic biomass: A brief review. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews.