Degradation of Refuse in Hybrid Bioreactor Landfill
- Refuse /
- Degradation /
- Hybrid bioreactor landfill
Abstract: Objectivess To explore the process of refuse decomposition in hybrid bioreactor landfill. Methods The bioreactor landfill was operated in sequencing of facultative-anaerobic and aerobic conditions with leachate recireulation, pH, COD, and ammonia in the leachate and pH, biodegradable organic matter (BDM), and cation exchange capacity (CEC) in refuse were detected. Results CEC increased gradually with the degradation of refuse, which was negatively correlad, With BDM. COD and ammonia in the leachate was declined to 399.2 mg L-1 and 20.6 mg N L-1, respectively, during the 357-day operation. The respective concentrations of ammonia and COD were below the second and the third levels of current discharge standards in China. Conclusion The refuse is relatively stable at the end of hybrid bioreactor landfill operation. Most of the readily biodegradable organic matter is mineralized in the initial phase of refuse degradation, whereas the hard-biodegradable organic matter is mainly humidified in the maturity phase of refuse degradation.
|Citation:||YAN LONG, Yu-YANG LONG, HAI-CHUN LIU, DONG-SHENG SHEN. Degradation of Refuse in Hybrid Bioreactor Landfill[J]. Biomedical and Environmental Sciences, 2009, 22(4): 303-310.|