[9] Hongzhang Chen* Wenjie Sui Hydrothermal Processing in Biorefineries Steam explosion as a hydrothermal pretreatment in the biorefinery concept Springer International Publishing 2017: 317-332 [10] Hongzhang Chen* Wenjie Sui Biotechnology of Lignocellulose: Theory Wheat straw used in this study contained 44 24 0 28% cellulose and 25 23 0 11% hemicellulose Alkaline H 2 O 2 pretreatment and enzymatic saccharification were evaluated for conversion of wheat straw cellulose and hemicellulose to fermentable sugars The maximum yield of monomeric sugars from wheat straw (8 6% w/v) by alkaline peroxide pretreatment (2 15%

Saffron Processing Wastes as a Bioresource of High

The current investigation was undertaken to examine saffron processing waste (SPW) as a bioresource which could be valorized to produce extracts rich in antioxidant polyphenols using a green natural deep eutectic solvent (DES) Initially there was an appraisal of the molar ratio of hydrogen bond donor/hydrogen bond acceptor in order to come up with the most efficient DES

Considering energy water and materials consumption and generation of wastes effluents and emissions how will your product / process /technology deliver environmental benefits compared to alternative products/ processes and to the status quo use of the bioresource stream

The products of a commercial one-stage anaerobic digestion and a laboratory-scale pyrolysis of raw food waste (RFW) and digestated food waste (DFW) were characterized to evaluate the treatment effect product yield and physicochemical properties The pyrolysis of the RFW and DFW resulted in generation of 7 4 and 5 3 wt % of gas and 60 3 and 52 2 wt % of bio-oil while

Nov 25 2019Saffron Processing Wastes as a Bioresource of High-Value Added Compounds: Development of a Green Extraction Process for Polyphenol Recovery Using a Natural Deep Eutectic Solvent Lakka A(1) Grigorakis S(2) Karageorgou I(1) Batra G(1) Kaltsa O(1) Bozinou E(1) Lalas S(1) Makris DP(1)

Feb 01 2020Biomass waste encompasses a wide range of materials that include forestry residues agricultural wastes fruit processing waste and waste from the processing of other food These types of waste can cause serious health or environmental problems if they are not disposed of properly ( Alatzas et al 2019 )

Properties of high density polyethylene

Abstract Paulownia wood (PW) flour was evaluated as a reinforcement for thermoplastic composites Composites of high-density polyethylene in pellet form (HDPE) 25% by weight of PW and either 0% or 5% by weight of maleated polyethylene pellets (MAPE) were produced by twin screw compounding followed by injection molding

Dec 17 2010Surinder Kaur Gurpreet Singh Dhillon Saurabh Jyoti Sarma Satinder Kaur Brar Kshipra Misra Harinder Singh Oberoi Waste Biomass: A Prospective Renewable Resource for Development of Bio-Based Economy/Processes Biotransformation of Waste Biomass into High Value Biochemicals 10 1007/978-1-4614-8005-1 (3-28) (2014)

Scottish Leather Group (SLG) is a world leader in the production of leather providing high-quality materials for prestigious automotive brands Now as part of a broader sustainability initiative SLG and their subsidiary SLG Technology are becoming leaders in resource efficiency and waste reduction by adopting biotechnology to capture the value of their production byproducts

Feb 20 2011Beside pollution and hazard aspects in many cases meat processing waste have a potential for recycling raw materials or for conversion into useful products of higher value as by product or even as raw material for other industries or for use as food or feed after biological treatment Bioresource Technol 2007 98 (2):388–394 doi

Feb 20 2011Beside pollution and hazard aspects in many cases meat processing waste have a potential for recycling raw materials or for conversion into useful products of higher value as by product or even as raw material for other industries or for use as food or feed after biological treatment Bioresource Technol 2007 98 (2):388–394 doi

Bioresource Technology 245 714-723 [68 Liu Y Liao W 2016 A self-sustaining biorefining concept to convert agricultural residues into high-value chemicals Poster presentation at the 38 th Symposium on Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals Baltimore MD April 25 – April 28 Agricultural and Food Processing Wastes Proceedings

Nov 11 2010To maximize selective condensation of organics that are of known higher commercial value and to investigate the effects of selective condensation on bio-oil characterization pine sawdust was pyrolyzed in a 1−5 kg/h bench-scale fluidized-bed reactor In the experiments the selective condensers and electrostatic precipitator were used to

This book focuses on value addition to various waste streams which include industrial waste agricultural waste and municipal solid and liquid waste It addresses the utilization of waste to generate valuable products such as electricity fuel fertilizers and chemicals while placing special emphasis on environmental concerns and presenting

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[9] Hongzhang Chen* Wenjie Sui Hydrothermal Processing in Biorefineries Steam explosion as a hydrothermal pretreatment in the biorefinery concept Springer International Publishing 2017: 317-332 [10] Hongzhang Chen* Wenjie Sui Biotechnology of Lignocellulose: Theory

There is rediscovered interest in understanding the potential for recycling industrially processed food waste to create new safe and effective products for other applications e g energy pharma nutraceuticals and cosmetics to name the top few 1 An increase in food processing in the last 50 years has slowly and consistently generated a large amount of non-edible by-products

waste facilitates mechanical processing and improves its potential for thermal recovery (Rada et al 2007b) A major benefit of SRF production in MBT with biodrying is the opportunity to incorporate the biogenic content of the input waste a carbon dioxide (CO 2)-neutral alternative energy source (Flamme 2006 Mohn et al

The last in a series of Kiwibank and Pure Advantage profiles of New Zealand environmental champions looks at Bioresource Processing Alliance's quest to create export-quality goods from waste products Pure Advantage has named 'waste to value' as one of its seven key areas of opportunity for New Zealand As a keen tramper Anna Yallop tries to knock off one of New

reduced food waste 3 Waste valorisation: The agri-food sector in Scotland produces large volumes of residues which could be converted to high value products 4 Opportunities for new (non-food) product development: including health-related products bio-based plastics 5

Its high value is given by the work necessary to reach the finished product To get 1 Kg of saffron it takes about 200 000 flowers and 500 hours of work The problem however lies not only in the large amount of raw material needed but also in the difficulties encountered during the pulverization process

There is an emphasis on zero waste and 'green' processing solutions to reduce energy usage reduce pollutants and create safe factory work environments Management Anna Yallop General Manager for the Bioresource Processing Alliance As well as the General Manager for the BPA Anna is also the General Manager of Seafood Innovations Ltd