Explain the Function of “Anaerobic Sludge Digester” in a Sewage Treatment Plant. - Biology

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Explain the function of “anaerobic sludge digester” in a sewage treatment plant.

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An anaerobic sludge digester is a large tank where the anaerobic bacteria digest the bacteria and fungi in the sludge and produce a mixture of gases such as methane, H2S and CO2.

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2014-2015 (March) All India Set 3

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