Potential Use of Mango Waste and Microalgae Spirulina sp. for Bioelectricity Generation

Cruz Noriega M. De La, R. Nazario-Naveda, Santiago M. Benites, S. Rojas-Flores, D. Delfín-Narciso, W. Rojas-Villacorta, F. Díaz

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Potential use of organic waste and microalgae generates bioelectricity and thereby reduces harmful effects on the environment. These residues are used due to their high content of electron-generating microorganisms. However, so far, they have not been used simultaneously. Therefore, this research uses mango waste and mi-croalgae Spirulina sp. in double-chamber microbial fuel cells to generate bioelectricity. The cells were made at a laboratory scale using zinc and copper electrodes, achieving a maximum current and voltage of 7.5948 ± 0.3109 mA and 0.84546 ± 0.314 V, with maximum electrical conductivity of the substrate being 157.712 ± 4.56 mS/cm and an optimum operating pH being 5.016 ± 0.086. The cells showed a low internal resistance of ap-proximately 205.056 ± 25 Ω, and a maximum power density of 657.958 ± 21.114 mW/cm2 at a current density of 4.484 A/cm2. This research provides an excellent opportunity for mango farmers and exporting and import-ing companies because they can use their own waste to reduce their electricity costs when this prototype is brought to a large scale.

Idioma originalInglés
Páginas (desde-hasta)129-136
Número de páginas8
PublicaciónEnvironmental Research, Engineering and Management
Volumen78
N.º3
DOI
EstadoPublicada - 2022
Publicado de forma externa

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