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The use of oak chips and coconut fiber as biofilter media to remove vocs in rendering process

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 The study evaluated the effectiveness of air biofiltration in rendering plants. The biofilter material comprised compost soil (40%) and peat (40%) mixed up with coconut fiber (medium A) and oak bark (medium B). During biofiltration average VOCs reduction reached 88.4% for medium A and 89.7% for medium B. A positive relationship of aldehyde reduction from material humidity (r = 0.502; α<0.05) was also noted. Other biomaterial parameters did not affect the treatment efficiency.
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60
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4
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p.747-751,ref.
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  • University of Life Sciences, Lublin, Poland
  • University of Life Sciences, Lublin, Poland
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  • University of Technology and Life Sciences, Bydgoszcz, Poland
  • University of Life Sciences, Lublin, Poland
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  • Cracow University of Technology, Krakow, Poland
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  • Cracow University of Technology, Krakow, Poland
Bibliografia
  • Anet B, Lemasle M, Couriol C, Lendormi T, Amrane A, Le Cloirec P, Cogny G, Fillières R (2013) Characterization of gaseous odorous emissions from a rendering plant by GC/MS and treatment by biofiltration. J Environ Manage 128: 981-987. 
  • Anet B, Couriole C, Lendormic T, Amraneb A, Le Cloirecb P, Cognya G, Fillièresd R (2012) Packing material evolutions and odorous abatement of peat and heather biofilters operating in rendering industry. Chem Eng Trans 30: 61-66.
  • Chmielowiec-Korzeniowska A, Tymczyna L, Drabik A, Krzosek Ł, Banach M, Pulit J (2012) Emissions of gaseous organic compounds and sulfur compounds in the process of disposal of dead animals. Przem Chem 91: 706-709.
  • Deshusses MA (1997) Biological waste air treatment in biofilters. Curr Opin Biotechnol 8: 335-339. 
  • Kastner JR, Das KC (2002) Wet scrubber analysis of volatile organic compound removal in the rendering industry. J Air Waste Manag Assoc 52: 459-469. 
  • Kastner JR, Das KC, Hu C, McClendon R (2003) Effect of pH and temperature on the kinetics of odor oxidation using chlorine dioxide. J Air Waste Manage Assoc 53: 1218-1224. 
  • Kośmider J, Mazur-Chrzanowska B, Wyszyński B (2002) Odore. WN PWN, pp 242-251. Warszawa.
  • Luo J, Lindsey S (2006) The use of pine bark and natural zeolite as biofilter media to remove animal rendering process odours. Bioresour Technol 97: 1461-1469. 
  • Morgan-Sagastume JM, Noyola A (2006) Hydrogen sulfide removal by compost biofiltration: effect of mixing the filter media on operational factors. Bioresour Technol 97: 1546-1553. 
  • Ramírez-López E, Corona-Hernández J, Dendooven L, Rangel P, Thalasso F (2003) Characterization of five agricultural by products as potential biofilter carriers. Bioresour Technol 88: 259-263. 
  • Sercu B, Demeestere K, Baillieul H, Van Langenhove H, Verstraete W (2005) Degradation of isobutanal at high loading rates in a compost biofilter . J Air Waste Manage Assoc 55: 1217-1227. 
  • Sironi S, Capelli L, Céntola P, Del Rosso R, Il Grande M (2007) Odour emission factors for assessment and prediction of Italian rendering plants odour impact. Chem Eng J 131: 225-231.
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