Industrial Bioprocessing Alert. Dry Fermentation Produces Biogas from Mixed Solid Waste and Offers a Progressive Alternative to Traditional Landfilling; Microbial Fuel Cells in Wastewater Management; Soil Treatment for Increased Soil Productivity

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This issue profiles dry fermentation that produces biogas from mixed solid waste and offers a progressive alternative to traditional landfilling, microbial fuel cells in wastewater management, and soil treatment for increased soil productivity.

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Industrial Bioprocessing Alert. Dry Fermentation Produces Biogas from Mixed Solid Waste and Offers a Progressive Alternative to Traditional Landfilling; Microbial Fuel Cells in Wastewater Management; Soil Treatment for Increased Soil ProductivityIn This Issue1. DRY FERMENTATION PRODUCES BIOGAS FROM MIXED SOLID WASTE AND OFFERS A PROGRESSIVE ALTERNATIVE TO TRADITIONAL LANDFILLING2. MICROBIAL FUEL CELLS IN WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT3. SOIL TREATMENT FOR INCREASED SOIL PRODUCTIVITY4. KEY PATENTS FOR YOU TO CHECK




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