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  1. Ron Kirchner
    July 7, 2011

    Thank you for this good introduction to the anaerobic digestion, with the advantages and feedstocks of the biogas production. In Germany the technology is also quite famous and at the moment there is the attempt to connect the anaerobic digestions plants with the natural gas grid. For that the produced biogas will be treated in a way, that only the energy intensiv methan will remain. There are some problems with the market integration of this technology, but I think its a great national project. Best wishes, Ron


  2. Ramy
    October 17, 2012

    Food waste is a multi-faced issue which is getting more attention. Petsonally, I have a pasdionate interest in this field. My MSc thesis covers mainly household food waste. I have conducted an environmental and techno-economic assessment for food waste treatment options in Oxford city. My research covers IV-composting, home composting, AD, gasification, and incineration. AD is the most attractive option due to the generous incentives from the UK government. Home composting van play a key role in the future but more work should be done in terms of the social factors. Thanks for thia interesting article. my comment was typed via my phone. My apologies for any spelling problems.


  3. Paul
    May 16, 2023

    Implementing biogas production from food waste can have numerous benefits, including reducing greenhouse gas emissions, providing an alternative energy source, and promoting a circular economy. It’s an excellent example of how innovative approaches can transform waste management into a valuable resource.

    Thank you for shedding light on this fascinating aspect of food waste management.


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