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Biotechnology and the Utilization of Biowaste
J. P. H. Van Syk
December 2004 by Eurekah.Com Inc .
Written in English
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Biotechnology and the utilization of biowaste as a resource for bioproduct development Article Literature Review in Trends in Biotechnology 19(5) June with Reads. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
As well as teaching an Environmental Biotechnology course at Biotechnology and the Utilization of Biowaste book University of Durham, Gareth Evans founded ZygoTec to research, develop and implement technologies for the utilization of biomass and biowaste.
He was also the first British representative appointed Cited by: The book is divided into two volumes and deliberates on various issues related to innovation and implementation in sustainable waste management, segregation, collection, transportation of waste, treatment technology, policy and strategies, energy recovery, life cycle analysis, climate change, research and business opportunities.
As well as teaching an Environmental Biotechnology course at the University of Durham, Gareth Evans founded ZygoTec to research, develop and implement technologies for the utilization of biomass and biowaste. He was also the first British representative appointed Manufacturer: Routledge. This article presents Biotechnology and the Utilization of Biowaste book for the development and practical modelling of biogas processes under economy market conditions.
Herewith, anaerobic digestion results out of practical tests in different scales (lab to pilot) and different substrate mixtures were taken into account. Two lab-scale reactors on the one hand Biotechnology and the Utilization of Biowaste book pilot-scale examinations of chosen substrate mixtures on the other Author: Thorsten Ahrens, Silvia Drescher-Hartung, Olga Anne.
As well as teaching an Environmental Biotechnology course at the University of Durham, Gareth Evans founded ZygoTec to research, develop and implement technologies for the utilization of biomass and biowaste. He was also the first British representative Biotechnology and the Utilization of Biowaste book Price: $ Abstract.
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Abstract. Biogas, containing energy-rich methane, is produced by microbial decomposition of organic material under anaerobic conditions.
Under controlled conditions, this process can be used for the production of energy and a nutrient-rich residue suitable for use as a fertilising by: Biogas can be made from most biomass and waste materials regardless of Biotechnology and the Utilization of Biowaste book composition and over a large range of moisture contents, with limited feedstock preparation.
Methane-producing communities are very stable and resilient, but they are also complex and largely undefined. The methanogenic Archaebacteria uniquely catabolize acetic acid and one-carbon compounds to by: Biogas is the mixture of gases produced by the breakdown of organic matter in the absence of oxygen (anaerobically), primarily consisting of methane and carbon dioxide.
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Waste eggshells generated by processing industries have the potential to be used as limestone or lime in a variety of applications. Studies have shown removal of membrane from eggshells can be separated at the laboratory level, but mass production has not been industrialized. The aim of this study was to Cited by: module syllabus for environmental studies for undergraduate courses of all branches of Higher Education.
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RHs are mainly composed of lignocellulose (ca. 85 wt %) and hydrated silica (ca. 15 wt %). An approach for comprehensive utilization of RHs has been developed to prepare lignocellulose and silica nanoparticles from this biowaste.
Chemical composition of chitinous residue and fermentation liquor fractions, obtained from fermented shrimp biowaste, was evaluated in order to explore their potential for further utilization. Lyophilization of the liquor fraction obtained after fermentation resulted in a powder rich in both protein (30%) and carotenoids (± µg/g).Cited by: Utilization of Distillery Wastewater for Electricity Generation Using Microbial Fuel Cell Energy crises is a serious problem all over the world; there is a need to identify new technologies and renewable resources to fulfill this energy : Anand Parkash.
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Despite this, there seems to be little consensus concerning what bioeconomy actually implies. Consequently, this paper seeks to enhance our understanding of what the notion of bioeconomy means by Cited by: A growing global population leads to an increasing demand for food production and the processing industry associated with it and consequently the generation of large amounts of food waste.
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The scope of the journal extends to the environmental, management and. Lignocelluloses feedstock (LCF) biorefinery. The largest organic carbon reservoir in our world is the biomass - plants and algae.
Each year, plants fix approximately 90 billion tons of CO 2, most of this as wood .Lignocelluloses are the natural combination of cellulose, hemicelluloses and by: Anaerobic fermentation is considered as a cost-effective way of biomass waste disposal.
However, the compound heavy metals contained in the biomass may induce complex effects on anaerobic fermentation, which limit the utilization of metal-contaminated biowaste. In this study, the impacts of Cd and Zn addition on biogas properties, process stability, substrate biodegradation, enzyme activity Cited by: 1.
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