Aerobic Digestion of Night Soil

by Wilfredo L. Reyes,
Cornelius W. Kruse,

Serial Information: Journal of the Sanitary Engineering Division, 1962, Vol. 88, Issue 6, Pg. 15-30

Document Type: Journal Paper

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Abstract: The peculiar behavior of night soil (urine, feces, and personal cleaning materials) during bio-stabilization processes has been perplexing to professionals in modern treatment practice. The physico-chemical characteristics of aerobic digestion of night soil with starting total solids concentration of 3%, 6%, and 8% are examined herein. The parameters of stabilization measured in detail were volatile matter reduction and carbon dioxide production. Secondary characteristics of odor, color, settleability, and filterability were also studied.

Subject Headings: Soil properties | Soil treatment | Material properties | Materials processing | Solid mechanics | Parameters (statistics) | Carbon dioxide | Odors |

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