Three lab-scale UASB reactors operated at 35°C in an intermittent mode were subject to different step shocks: hydraulic, organic and feed fat content. The results show that the reactors have good resistance to the applied shocks and suggest that a feedless period is beneficial to the performance of the reactors, due to stabilisation of accumulated organic matter.

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