Definitions for "Anaerobic decomposition"
A process of breakdown of organic molecules to simpler inorganic constituents, that occurs in the absence of oxygen.
The natural breakdown of organic matter requiring water but not oxygen.
Decomposition of cellulose and proteins occurring in the absence of oxygen, such as in landfill waste, producing methane and carbon dioxide. Anaerobic bioreactors increase the rate of methane generation, which can then be collected and used for energy recovery.
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