Recycling of Solid Waste for Biofuels and Bio-chemicals

Obulisamy Parthiba Karthikeyan (Redaktør) ; Kirsten Heimann (Redaktør) ; Subramanian Senthilkannan Muthu (Redaktør)

This book presents the latest advances in and current research perspectives on the field of urban/industrial solid waste recycling for bio-energy and bio-fuel recovery. It chiefly focuses on five main thematic areas, namely bioreactor landfills coupled with energy and nutrient recovery; microbial insights into anaerobic digestion; greenhouse emission assessment; pyrolysis techniques for special waste treatment; and industrial waste stabilization options. Les mer
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This book presents the latest advances in and current research perspectives on the field of urban/industrial solid waste recycling for bio-energy and bio-fuel recovery. It chiefly focuses on five main thematic areas, namely bioreactor landfills coupled with energy and nutrient recovery; microbial insights into anaerobic digestion; greenhouse emission assessment; pyrolysis techniques for special waste treatment; and industrial waste stabilization options. In addition, it compiles the results of case studies and solid waste management perspectives from different countries.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Bioreactor landfills coupled with energy and nutrient recovery.- Anaerobic digestion for energy recovery.- Hydrothermal treatment for biofuels and biochar.- Refuse derived fuels and Pyrolysis.- New and integrated Technologies.

Om forfatteren

Dr. Obuli Kartik is a senior post-doctoral research fellow at the James Cook University in Australia. His current research is focusing on developing a dual culture system for remediating methane emissions from coal mines. Producing value added products from biomass and waste gas is also given focus in this research project. Other research interests are bio-mining of metals, black shale characterization from marine environment, bacterial community profiling in great barrier reef, etc.

Prof. Kirsten Heimann is the director of the North Queensland Algal Identification/Culturing Facility at JCU, Townsville, Australia, where she leads a microalgal research team focusing on developing microalgae for carbon dioxide and waste water remediation whilst generating valuable co-products. Her research interests include methane remediation from underground coal mines.

Dr. Subramanian Senthilkannan is currently working for SGS as Environmental Services Manager- Asia, based at Hong Kong. He gained his diploma, bachelors and masters in Textile Technology from premier institutes of India. He was awarded doctorate from The Institute of Textiles and Clothing of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University for his dissertation entitled," Eco-functional Assessment of Grocery Shopping Bags" He also has more than seven years of industrial experience in textile manufacturing, testing and sustainability evaluation of textiles and clothing materials. He was an outstanding student throughout his studies and bagged numerous awards and medals including many gold medals in his study period. He has more than 75 academic publications in various textiles and environmental journals to his credit. Additionally he has 2 patents, many books of chapter and over 20 books and numerous conference publications. He is acting as an editor, editorial board member and reviewer for many international peer-reviewed journals of textiles and environmental science disciplines. He is the editor-in-chief of Textiles and Clothing Sustainability journal of Springer. Additionally, he is one of the directors of Textile and Bioengineering Informatics Society, (TBIS) which is a charitable organization created to foster, develop and promote all aspects of science and technology in bioengineering of materials, fibers and textiles.