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Biodrying of municipal solid waste with high water content by combined hydrolytic-aerobic technology
Journal of Environmental Sciences(China)
The high water content of municipal solid waste (MSW) will reduce the efficiency of mechanical sorting, consequently unfavorable for beneficial utilization. In this study, a combined hydrolytic-aerobic biodrying technology was introduced to remove water from MSW. The total water removals were proved to depend on the ventilation frequency and the temporal span in the hydrolytic stage. The ventilation frequency of 6 times/d was preferable in the hydrolytic stage. The hydrolytic span should not bedoi:10.1016/s1001-0742(08)62562-0 pmid:19209645 fatcat:7nrfdh3i6jbhfpmfshmrb6equq