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EUBCE 2021 - Marco RAVINA - Biomethane from Coffee-Roasting By-Products: Experimental and Feasibility Investigation of Two Case Studies in Italy.

Biomethane from Coffee-Roasting By-Products: Experimental and Feasibility Investigation of Two Case Studies in Italy.

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Anaerobic Digestion for Biogas and Biomethane Production

Advances in Biogas/Biomethane

Biomethane from Coffee-Roasting By-Products: Experimental and Feasibility Investigation of Two Case Studies in Italy.

Short Introductive summary

This study considers the potential termophilic anaerobic digestion of coffee-roasting by-products, and the feasibility of a full-scale plant. Two case studies in Italy are prsented and discussed.

Presenter

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Marco RAVINA

Politecnico di Torino, Environment, Land and Infrastructure Engineering Dpt.

Presenter's biography

Marco Ravina is post-doc researcher at Turin Polytechnic. His research activity focuses on the study of emissions into the atmosphere, at the local scale (dispersion modelling) and global scale (greenhouse gas balancing).

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Co-authors:

M. Ravina, Turin Polytechnic, ITALY
G. Campo, Turin Polytechnic, ITALY
A. Cerutti, Turin Polytechnic, ITALY
D. Panepinto, Turin Polytechnic, ITALY
V. Riggio, Turin Polytechnic, ITALY
M.C. Zanetti, Turin Polytechnic, ITALY

Session reference: ICO.1.3