ASTM D5511 PDF

ASTM D is a standard test anaerobic biodegradation test method for determining anaerobic biodegradation of plastic materials under high-solids. ASTM D Standard Test Method. D Standard Test Method for Determining Anaerobic Biodegradation of Plastic Materials Under. High-Solids. ASTM D Significance and Use. Biodegradation of a plastic within a high- solids anaerobic digestion unit is an important phenomenon because it will affect .

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The test materials are exposed to a methanogenic inoculum derived from anaerobic digesters operating only on pretreated household waste. Placing the sample materials in an inoculum derived from anaerobic digesters operating on household waste.

The values given in SI units are to be regarded as the standard. Reports shall clearly state the percentage of net gaseous carbon generation for both the test and reference samples at the completion of the test.

This test method also resembles other anaerobic conditions where the gas generated is recovered and biogas production is actively promoted by inoculation for example, codeposition of anaerobic sewage sludge, anaerobic leachate recirculationmoisture control for example, leachate recirculationand temperature control for example, short-term injection of oxygen, heating of recirculated leachate 5, 6, 7. Furthermore, results shall not be extrapolated past the actual duration of the test.

Furthermore, results shall not be extrapolated past the actual duration of the test.

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Active view current version of standard. Reports shall clearly state the percentage of net gaseous carbon generation for both the test and reference samples at the completion of the test. Specific hazards are given in Section dd5511. Note 1—This test method is equivalent to ISO The vessels are airtight and are not exposed to UV radiation.

Work Item s – proposed revisions of this standard. Referenced Documents purchase separately The documents listed below are referenced within the subject standard but are not provided as part of the standard. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use.

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Placing the samples in incubation vessels after the d5511 is prepared. This test method is designed to be applicable to all plastic materials that are not inhibitory to the microorganisms present in anaerobic digesters operating on household waste.

Biodegradation of a plastic within a high-solids anaerobic digestion unit is an important phenomenon because it will affect the decomposition of other waste materials enclosed by the plastic and the resulting quality and appearance of the digestate after an anaerobic digestion process.

Historical Version s – view previous versions of standard. Referenced Documents purchase separately The documents listed below are referenced within the subject standard but are not provided as part of the standard.

Link to Active This link will always route to the current Active version of the standard. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety, health, and environmental practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use. asm

The molar weight of the total gas produced by the test samples d55111 calculated and compared to the carbon weight of the original samples and the percent biodegradation of the samples can then be determined. However, it is expected to resemble the environment of a high-solids anaerobic-digestion process operated under optimum conditions.

ASTM D5511 – Anaerobic Biodegradation

Furthermore, results shall not be extrapolated past the actual duration of the test. The testing process includes: As these bacteria begin to utilize the carbon in the test samples, they produce carbonaceous gasses such as CO2 and CH4.

Depleting the oxygen in the incubation vessels after an initial burst of aerobic activity. Link to Active This link will always route to the current Active version of the standard. This inoculum contains methanogenic bacteria that are also found in landfills. They are kept within strict temperature and moisture tolerances. Work Item s – proposed revisions of d55111 standard. More specifically, the procedure is intended to create a standard laboratory environment that will permit a rapid and reproducible determination of the anaerobic biodegradability under high-solids d511 conditions.

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When the test is run to satisfaction, final carbon and methane gas readings are recorded and the incubation vessels are emptied and the samples are cleaned and weighed. This test method determines the degree and rate of biodegradation of plastic materials in an oxygen-free anaerobic environment. The test materials are exposed to a methanogenic inoculum derived from anaerobic digesters operating only on pretreated household waste.

This is often sludge from a water treatment plant mixed with a certain percentage of solid material from composting facilities. These gasses are measured daily and the results are carefully recorded. F5511 shall clearly state the percentage of net gaseous carbon d511 for both the test and reference samples at the completion of the test. The procedure is intended to create a standard laboratory environment that will permit a rapid and reproducible determination of the anaerobic d5151 under high-solids digestion conditions.

The test is allowed to run for as long as desired. If the positive control which contains cellulose continues to exhibit biodegradation then the test is considered valid and the ast, considered alive.

Specific hazards are given in Section 8. Biodegradation of plastics could allow for the safe disposal of these plastics through aerobic and anaerobic solid-waste-treatment plants.

Then, the anaerobic bacteria begin to multiply and colonize in the vessel. Three vessels are used for each sample, and one negative control and one positive control are prepared as well.

This procedure has been developed to permit the determination of the rate and degree of anaerobic biodegradability of plastic products when placed in a high-solids anaerobic digester for the production of digestate from municipal solid waste.