Bioremediation is a waste management technique that involves the use of organisms to remove or neutralize pollutants from a contaminated site. Temperature and pH sensors were mounted on special holders threaded through the reactor cover and immersed to a depth of 1 00 mm below the liquid surface. The contents of the bioreactor were stirred by means of a flat-bladed impeller driven by a 1/12 HP electric motor (Model No6105061401, Franklin, Bluffton, Indiana, USA) at a speed of 125 rpm. The manure feed inlet consisted of a 25 mm diameter PVC tube inserted through the bioreactor cover to a depth of 246. mm below the liquid surface. The effluent port was located opposite to the feed inlet port at a distance of 300 mm above the bottom of the bioreactor.
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