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Application of Different Organic Wastes for Electricity Generation by Means of Double Chambered Microbial Fuel Cell Technology
Frontiers in Environmental Microbiology
Wastes generated by both agrobased industries and domestic units have high nutrient contents to support microbial growth but in Nigeria, these wastes are indiscriminately dumped and constitutes environmental and health hazards. Some of these wastes can be used to grow some bacterial species in microbial fuel cell to generate bioelectricity. The waste materials used in this work are, banana, and pineapple peels. Glucose was used for comparison. Bacterial species used were isolated from fluidsdoi:10.11648/j.fem.20180404.11 fatcat:kjktuvims5f57j67vp74arhode