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Water Science & Technology

Volume 53 Number 8

Contents

Status of ADSW 2005
H. Hartmann and B.K. Ahring .......... 1–5
Strategies for the anaerobic digestion of the organic fraction of municipal solid waste: an overview
H. Hartmann and B.K. Ahring .......... 7–22
Dry anaerobic digestion of differently sorted organic municipal solid waste: a full-scale experience
D. Bolzonella, P. Pavan, S. Mace and F. Cecchi .......... 23–32
Methane production and solids destruction in an anaerobic solid waste reactor due to post-reactor caustic and heat treatment
T.D. DiStefano and A. Ambulkar .......... 33–41
Enhancing hydrolysis with microaeration
J.-E. Johansen and R. Bakke .......... 43–50
Alkaline and acid hydrolytic processes in aerobic and anaerobic sludges: effect on total EPS and fractions
S.T. Cassini, M.C.E. Andrade, T.A. Abreu, R. Keller and R.F. Gonçalves .......... 51–58
Thermal pretreatment of the solid fraction of manure: impact on the biogas reactor performance and microbial community
Z. Mladenovska, H. Hartmann, T. Kvist, M. Sales-Cruz, R. Gani and B.K. Ahring .......... 59–67
Fertilizer potential of liquid and solid effluent from thermophilic anaerobic digestion of poultry waste
B.E. Liedl, J. Bombardiere and J.M. Chatfield .......... 69–79
Evaluating the stabilisation degree of digested sewage sludge: investigations at four municipal wastewater treatment plants
V. Parravicini, E. Smidt, K. Svardal and H. Kroiss .......... 81–90
Prion protein: detection in ‘spiked’ anaerobic sludge and degradation experiments under anaerobic conditions
R. Kirchmayr, H.E. Reichl, H. Schildorfer, R. Braun and R.A. Somerville .......... 91–98
Biodegradation of PAH and DEHP micro-pollutants in mesophilic and thermophilic anaerobic sewage sludge digestion
T.Benabdallah El-Hadj, J. Dosta and J. Mata-Álvarez .......... 99–107
Comparison between the conventional anaerobic digestion of sewage sludge and its combination with a chemical or thermal pre-treatment concerning the removal of pharmaceuticals and personal care products
M. Carballa, F. Omil, A.C. Alder and J.M. Lema .......... 109–117
Phthalate hydrolysis under landfill conditions
S. Jonsson, V.A. Vavilin and B.H. Svensson .......... 119–127
ADM1 simulations of hydrogen production
B.R.H. Peiris, P.G. Rathnasiri, J.E. Johansen, A. Kuhn and R. Bakke .......... 129–137
Identification of prevalent microbial communities in a municipal solid waste landfill
B. Calli, S. Durmaz and B. Mertoglu .......... 139–147
Two-stage thermophilic-mesophilic anaerobic digestion of waste activated sludge from a biological nutrient removal plant
S. Watts, G. Hamilton and J. Keller .......... 149–157
Self-heating of anaerobic digesters using energy crops
H. Lindorfer, R. Braun and R. Kirchmayr .......... 159–166
Anaerobic biodegradability and digestion in accumulation systems for concentrated black water and kitchen organic-wastes
T.A. Elmitwalli, M.van Leeuwen, K. Kujawa-Roeleveld, W. Sanders and G. Zeeman .......... 167–175
Anaerobic digestion of space mission wastes
D.P. Chynoweth, J.M. Owens, A.A. Teixeira, P. Pullammanappallil and S.S. Luniya .......... 177–185
Will anaerobic digestion of solid waste survive in the future?
L.De Baere .......... 187–194
Quantification of Cryptosporidium parvum in anaerobic digesters treating manure by (reverse-transcription) quantitative real-time PCR, infectivity and excystation tests
G. Garcés, M. Effenberger, M. Najdrowski, C. Wackwitz, A. Gronauer, P.A. Wilderer and M. Lebuhn .......... 195–202
Anaerobic codigestion of waste activated sludge and OFMSW: the experiences of Viareggio and Treviso plants (Italy)
D. Bolzonella, P. Battistoni, C. Susini and F. Cecchi .......... 203–211
Optimised anaerobic treatment of house-sorted biodegradable waste and slaughterhouse waste in a high loaded half technical scale digester
C. Resch, M. Grasmug, W. Smeets, R. Braun and R. Kirchmayr .......... 213–221
Co-digestion of manure and biowaste according to the EC Animal By-Products Regulation and Finnish national regulations
T. Paavola, E. Syväsalo and J. Rintala .......... 223–231
Towards new indicators for the prediction of solid waste anaerobic digestion properties
P. Buffiere, D. Loisel, N. Bernet and J-P. Delgenes .......... 233–241
Enhancing waste decomposition and methane production in simulated landfill using combined anaerobic reactors
N. Sanphoti, S. Towprayoon, P. Chaiprasert and A. Nopharatana .......... 243–251
Mesophilic–thermophilic–mesophilic anaerobic digestion of liquid dairy cattle manure
M. Effenberger, J. Bachmaier, G. Garcés, A. Gronauer, P.A. Wilderer and M. Lebuhn .......... 253–261
Effects of solids concentration, pH and carbon addition on the production rate and composition of volatile fatty acids in prefermenters using primary sewage sludge
R.J. Zeng, Z. Yuan and J. Keller .......... 263–269
Thermophilic anaerobic fermentation of olive pulp for hydrogen and methane production: modelling of the anaerobic digestion process
H.N. Gavala, I.V. Skiadas, B.K. Ahring and G. Lyberatos .......... 271–279
Ultrasonic treatment to improve anaerobic digestibility of dairy waste streams
L. Palmowski, L. Simons and R. Brooks .......... 281–288