Anaerobic Treatment of Olive Oil Wastewater
In contrast to more subtle and less visible pollutants, spilled oil is responsible for easily identifiable adverse effects on the environment. Although, there exist numerous publications on the treatment of wastes from the petroleum and metallic oil production, the studies and research carried out for the treatment of olive oil extraction wastes are limited since olive is a typical product of the Mediterranean region.
KeywordsMethane Hydrolysis Filtration Petroleum Sludge
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