|Title:||Biohydrogen from organic wastes as a clean and environment-friendly energy source: Production pathways, feedstock types, and future prospects||Authors:||Lee D.-J
DUU-JONG LEE et al.
|Keywords:||Biohydrogen;Dark fermentation;Nanotechnology;Organic wastes;Photo fermentation;Agricultural wastes;Agriculture;Biodegradability;Biogeochemistry;Feedstocks;Fermentation;Hydrogen production;Organic compounds;Bio-hydrogen;Bio-hydrogen production;Dark fermentation;Energy source;Environment friendly;Future prospects;Microbial fermentation;Organic wastes;Photo fermentation;Production pathways;Bacteria;hydrogen;nanoparticle;organic matter;hydrogen;anoxic conditions;bacterium;biogas;crop residue;fermentation;microbial activity;organic matter;agricultural waste;biodegradability;energy resource;fermentation;fruit waste;industrial waste;livestock;microorganism;nanotechnology;nonhuman;nutrient;organic waste;photosynthesis;Review;vegetable waste;wastewater;wastewater;Fermentation;Hydrogen;Waste Water||Issue Date:||2021||Journal Volume:||342||Source:||Bioresource Technology||Abstract:||
Microbial fermentation of organic matter under anaerobic conditions is currently the prominent pathway for biohydrogen production. Organic matter present in waste residues is regarded as an economic feedstock for biohydrogen production by dark and photo fermentative bacteria. Agricultural residues, fruit wastes, vegetable wastes, industrial wastewaters, and other livestock residues are some of the organic wastes most commonly used for biohydrogen production due to their higher organic content and biodegradability. Appropriate pretreatments are required to enhance the performance of biohydrogen from complex organic wastes. Biohydrogen production could also be enhanced by optimizing operation conditions and the addition of essential nutrients and nanoparticles. This review describes the pathways of biohydrogen production, discusses the effect of organic waste sources used and microbes involved on biohydrogen production, along with addressing the key parameters, advantages, and difficulties in each biohydrogen production pathway. ? 2021 Elsevier Ltd
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