Magnetite-based nanoparticles and nanocomposites for recovery of overloaded anaerobic digesters

Raquel Barrena Gomez*, María del Carmen Vargas-García, Paula Catacora-Padilla, Maria Teresa Gea Leiva, Ahmad Mohamed Ahmad Abomarkeb, Antonio Javier Moral Vico, Antonio Sanchez Ferrer, Xavier Font Segura, Thomas J. Aspray

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The effect of magnetite nanoparticles and nanocomposites (magnetite nanoparticles impregnated into graphene oxide) supplement on the recovery of overloaded laboratory batch anaerobic reactors was assessed using two types of starting inoculum: anaerobic granular sludge (GS) and flocculent sludge (FS). Both nanomaterials recovered methane production at a dose of 0.27 g/L within 40 days in GS. Four doses of magnetite nanoparticles from 0.075 to 1 g/L recovered the process in FS systems between 30 and 50 days relaying on the dose. The presence of nanomaterials helped to reverse the effect of volatile fatty acids inhibition and enabled microbial communities to recover but also favoured the development of certain microorganisms over others. In GS reactors, the methanogenic population changed from being mostly acetoclastic (Methanothrix soehngenii) to being dominated by hydrogenotrophic species (Methanobacterium beijingense). Nanomaterial amendment may serve as a preventative measure or provide an effective remedial solution for system recovery following overloading.
Idioma originalEnglish
Número d’article128632
Nombre de pàgines12
RevistaBioresource Technology
Volum372
Data online anticipada16 de gen. 2023
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Estat de la publicacióPublicada - de març 2023

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