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Wastewater treatment and carbon trade: Impact of certified emission reduction in a biogas project

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Autor dc.contributor.author Chamy R.
Autor dc.contributor.author Reyes P.
Autor dc.contributor.author Vivanco E.
Fecha Ingreso dc.date.accessioned 2014-04-05T00:12:36Z
Fecha Disponible dc.date.available 2014-04-05T00:12:36Z
Fecha en Repositorio dc.date.issued 2014-04-04
dc.identifier 10.2495/AIR120381
dc.description.abstract Anaerobic digestion development has been marked by a constant evolution. Initially it was born as an efficient way to solve environmental problems, but later, a more comprehensive vision was adopted with the inclusion of the issues of biogas, bio-solids and irrigation water utilization. Later on, energy issues started being more relevant and to gain strength. Currently, a new concept has been included as a fundamental variable in environmental processes, namely, the reduction of greenhouse gases. In fact, the regulated/voluntary carbon market has a diversity of developing projects that otherwise would not be possible to be developed. In other words, anaerobic digestion must be viewed as a technology that must be thought about from a systemic viewpoint, where not only a contribution to the waste problem is made, but in addition, a contribution is made to the Planet's environmental and energy sustainability. In this work a new systemic approach for biogas projects is shown. How the carbon market can help to solve environmental and energetic problems, especially in under developed countries. Finally, a real project is described as an example in order to validate this approach. © 2012 WIT Press. en_US
dc.source WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment
Link Descarga dc.source.uri http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?eid=2-s2.0-84865748380&partnerID=40&md5=f094be688ff5fafbe6cda903a7c6c663
Title dc.title Wastewater treatment and carbon trade: Impact of certified emission reduction in a biogas project en_US
Tipo dc.type Conference Paper
dc.description.keywords anoxic conditions; biogas; developing world; emission control; emissions trading; pollutant source; regulatory framework; wastewater; water treatment en_US


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