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Microbial Fuel Cell Possibilities on American Indian Tribal Lands

 Kimberlynn Cameron
  14th-Sep-2017
Description: Why Microbial Fuel Cells (MFCs):- Waste to energy technology. MFCs use bacteria to convert organic matter (fuel) directly into electricity. Reduction/elimination of methane produced/transported. Reduction of sludge and removal of aeration process. Reduction of energy consumption and solid waste removal. Organic matter treated quicker. Emerging technology with potential for positive impact and technological advancements. Application of MFCs to tribal application. Managing wastewater to potentially use as a form of energy.
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Domain: Energy
Category: Biomass
Maxims of Tech: Rules of Engagement for a Fast Changing Environment
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Microbial Fuel Cell Possibilities on
American Indian Tribal Lands
Kimberlynn Cameron
South Dakota School of Mines & Technology

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