• From Wiki: An anaerobic filter (AF) is a form of anaerobic digester. The digestion tank contains a filter medium which anaerobic bacterial populations can establish upon. Anaerobic filters are commonly employed in the treatment of waste waters. AF reactors are gaining in popularity versus more established aerobic waste water treatment systems as they produce less solid residue[1]. ------- Anaerobic digestors uses an anaerobic (no oxygen required) process to reduce the biological content in an effluent stream. Anaerobic bacteria consume the organic material and then die, forming sludge. This sludge is separated from the effluent and disposed of either by landfill, composting, or by direct application on agricultural lands.

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