Biobased Products and Industries

Biobased Products and Industries fills the gap between academia and industry by covering all the important aspects of biobased products and their relevant industries in one single reference. Highlighting different perspectives of the bioeconomy, EU relevant projects, as well as the environmental impact of biobased materials and sustainability, the book covers biobased polymers, plastics, nanocomposites, packaging materials, electric devices, biofuels, textiles, consumer goods, and biocatalysis for the decarboxylation and decarboxylation of biobased molecules, including biobased products from alternative sources (algae) and the biobased production of chemicals through metabolic engineering. Focusing on the most recent advances in the field, the book also analyzes the potentiality of already commercialized processes and products. Highlights the important aspects of biobased products as well as their relevant industries in one single reference Focuses on the most recent advances in the field, analyzing the potentiality of already commercialized processes and products Provides an ideal resource for anyone dealing with bioresource technology, biomass valorization and new products development

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  • Author : Charis M. Galanakis
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 434 pages
  • ISBN : 0128201533
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
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Biobased Products and Industries

Biobased Products and Industries
  • Author : Charis M. Galanakis
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 23 January 2020
GET THIS BOOKBiobased Products and Industries

Biobased Products and Industries fills the gap between academia and industry by covering all the important aspects of biobased products and their relevant industries in one single reference. Highlighting different perspectives of the bioeconomy, EU relevant projects, as well as the environmental impact of biobased materials and sustainability, the book covers biobased polymers, plastics, nanocomposites, packaging materials, electric devices, biofuels, textiles, consumer goods, and biocatalysis for the decarboxylation and decarboxylation of biobased molecules, including biobased products from alternative sources (algae)

Biobased Industrial Products

Biobased Industrial Products
  • Author : National Research Council,Division on Earth and Life Studies,Commission on Life Sciences,Committee on Biobased Industrial Products
  • Publisher : National Academies Press
  • Release : 16 February 2000
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Petroleum-based industrial products have gradually replaced products derived from biological materials. However, biologically based products are making a comeback--because of a threefold increase in farm productivity and new technologies. Biobased Industrial Products envisions a biobased industrial future, where starch will be used to make biopolymers and vegetable oils will become a routine component in lubricants and detergents. Biobased Industrial Products overviews the U.S. land resources available for agricultural production, summarizes plant materials currently produced, and describes prospects for increasing

Bio-Based Polymers and Composites

Bio-Based Polymers and Composites
  • Author : Richard Wool,Xiuzhi Susan Sun
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 30 August 2011
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Bio-Based Polymers and Composites is the first book systematically describing the green engineering, chemistry and manufacture of biobased polymers and composites derived from plants. This book gives a thorough introduction to bio-based material resources, availability, sustainability, biobased polymer formation, extraction and refining technologies, and the need for integrated research and multi-disciplinary working teams. It provides an in-depth description of adhesives, resins, plastics, and composites derived from plant oils, proteins, starches, and natural fibers in terms of structures, properties, manufacturing, and

Biobased Products from Food Sector Waste

Biobased Products from Food Sector Waste
  • Author : Teresa Cecchi,Carla De Carolis
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release : 18 October 2021
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An increased demand for waste upcycling has prompted the food industry to become more efficient in its handling of waste. Efficient utilization of food waste is of concern to consumers, environmentalists, and policy makers. In the past, food waste has been used for the production of bio-gas and bio-fuels, fertilizers and animal feed. Biobased products from food sector waste: Bioplastics, biocomposites, and biocascading proposes an innovative use of food waste—as filler in a bioplastic matrix. The upcycling of food

Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth Symposium on Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals Held May 4–7, 2003, in Breckenridge, CO

Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth Symposium on Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals Held May 4–7, 2003, in Breckenridge, CO
  • Author : Mark Finkelstein,Brian H. Davison
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 15 May 2004
GET THIS BOOKProceedings of the Twenty-Fifth Symposium on Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals Held May 4–7, 2003, in Breckenridge, CO

In Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals: The Twenty-Fifth Symposium, leading American and international researchers from academia, industry, and government present the latest research and breakthroughs on how biotechnology is being used to produce economically competitive fuels and chemicals in a sustainable and environmentally responsible manner. The contributors discuss both fundamental science discoveries and the progress that has been made in commercialization efforts. Special attention is given to biofeedstock (plant genomics, production, and pretreatment), bioprocessing, direct production in plants, and the

Improvements in Bio-Based Building Blocks Production Through Process Intensification and Sustainability Concepts

Improvements in Bio-Based Building Blocks Production Through Process Intensification and Sustainability Concepts
  • Author : Juan Gabriel Segovia-Hernandez,Eduardo Sanchez-Ramirez,Cesar Ramirez-Marquez,Gabriel Contreras-Zarazúa
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 01 October 2021
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Improvements in Bio-Based Building Blocks Production Through Process Intensification and Sustainability Concepts discusses new information on the production and cost of bio-based building blocks. From a technical point-of-view, almost all industrial materials made from fossil resources can be substituted using bio-based counterparts. However, the cost of bio-based production in many cases exceeds the cost of petrochemical production. In addition, new products must be proven to perform at least as good as their petrochemical equivalents, have a lower environmental impact, meet

Bio-Based Packaging

Bio-Based Packaging
  • Author : Salit Mohd Sapuan,Rushdan Ahmad Ilyas
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 09 April 2021
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Bio-Based Packaging Bio-Based Packaging An authoritative and up-to-date review of sustainable packaging development and applications Bio-Based Packaging explores using renewable and biodegradable materials as sustainable alternatives to non-renewable, petroleum-based packaging. This comprehensive volume surveys the properties of biopolymers, the environmental and economic impact of bio-based packaging, and new and emerging technologies that are increasing the number of potential applications of green materials in the packaging industry. Contributions address the advantages and challenges of bio-based packaging, discuss new materials to be

Biobased Polymers

Biobased Polymers
  • Author : Pratima Bajpai
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 14 June 2019
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Biobased Polymers: Properties and Applications in Packaging looks at how biopolymers may be used in packaging as a potential green solution. The book addresses bio-based feedstocks, production processes, packaging types, recent trends in packaging, the environmental impact of bio-based polymers, and legislative demands for food contact packaging materials. Chapters explore opportunities for biopolymers in key end-use sectors, the penetration of biopolymer based concepts in the packaging market, and barriers to widespread commercialization. As the development of bio-based material is an

Processing Technology for Bio-Based Polymers

Processing Technology for Bio-Based Polymers
  • Author : Khalid Mahmood Zia,Nadia Akram,Shazia Tabasum,Aqdas Noreen,Muhammad Usman Akbar
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 25 June 2021
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Processing Technology for Bio-Based Polymers: Advanced Strategies and Practical Aspects brings together the latest advances and novel technologies surrounding the synthesis and manufacture of biopolymers, ranging from bio-based polymers to synthetic polymers from bio-derived monomers. Sections examine bio-based polymer chemistry, discuss polymerization process and emerging design technologies, cover manufacturing and processing approaches, explain cutting-edge approaches and innovative applications, and focus on biomedicals and other key application areas. Final chapters provide detailed discussion and an analysis of economic and environmental concerns,

Developing the Global Bioeconomy

Developing the Global Bioeconomy
  • Author : Patrick Lamers,Erin Searcy,J. Richard Hess,Heinz Stichnothe
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 02 May 2016
GET THIS BOOKDeveloping the Global Bioeconomy

Developing the Global Bioeconomy: Technical, Market, and Environmental Lessons from Bioenergy brings together expertise from three IEA-Bioenergy subtasks on pyrolysis, international trade, and biorefineries to review the bioenergy sector and draw useful lessons for the full deployment of the bioeconomy. Despite the vast amount of politically driven strategies, there is little understanding on how current markets will transition towards a global bioeconomy. The question is not only how the bioeconomy can be developed, but also how it can be developed

Bioeconomy

Bioeconomy
  • Author : Iris Lewandowski
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 11 December 2017
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This book is open access under a CC BY 4.0 license. This book defines the new field of "Bioeconomy" as the sustainable and innovative use of biomass and biological knowledge to provide food, feed, industrial products, bioenergy and ecological services. The chapters highlight the importance of bioeconomy-related concepts in public, scientific, and political discourse. Using an interdisciplinary approach, the authors outline the dimensions of the bioeconomy as a means of achieving sustainability. The authors are ideally situated to elaborate on the

The Biobased Economy

The Biobased Economy
  • Author : Hans Langeveld,Johan Sanders,Marieke Meeusen
  • Publisher : Earthscan
  • Release : 07 August 2022
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The impending threats of catastrophic climate change and peak oil are driving our society towards increased use of biomass for energy, chemical compounds and other materials - the beginnings of a biobased economy. As alternative development models for the biobased economy emerge, we need to determine potential applications, their perspectives and possible impacts as well as policies that can steer technological and market development in such a way that our objectives are met. Currently, it is still far from clear

Advanced Bioprocessing for Alternative Fuels, Biobased Chemicals, and Bioproducts

Advanced Bioprocessing for Alternative Fuels, Biobased Chemicals, and Bioproducts
  • Author : Majid Hosseini
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 23 February 2019
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Advanced Bioprocessing for Alternative Fuels, Bio-based Chemicals, and Bioproducts: Technologies and Approaches for Scale-Up and Commercialization demonstrates novel systems that apply advanced bioprocessing technologies to produce biofuels, bio-based chemicals, and value-added bioproducts from renewable sources. The book presents the use of novel oleaginous microorganisms and utilization strategies for applications of advanced bioprocessing technology in biofuels production and thoroughly depicts the technological breakthroughs of value added bioproducts. It also aides in the design, evaluation and production of biofuels by describing metabolic

Designing Sustainable Technologies, Products and Policies

Designing Sustainable Technologies, Products and Policies
  • Author : Enrico Benetto,Kilian Gericke,Mélanie Guiton
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 03 July 2018
GET THIS BOOKDesigning Sustainable Technologies, Products and Policies

This open access book provides insight into the implementation of Life Cycle approaches along the entire business value chain, supporting environmental, social and economic sustainability related to the development of industrial technologies, products, services and policies; and the development and management of smart agricultural systems, smart mobility systems, urban infrastructures and energy for the built environment. The book is based on papers presented at the 8th International Life Cycle Management Conference that took place from September 3-6, 2017 in Luxembourg, and

Transition Towards a Sustainable Biobased Economy

Transition Towards a Sustainable Biobased Economy
  • Author : Piergiuseppe Morone,James Clark
  • Publisher : Royal Society of Chemistry
  • Release : 26 February 2020
GET THIS BOOKTransition Towards a Sustainable Biobased Economy

Globally we are being confronted by the depletion of many natural resources as a result of unsustainable use and increasing global population. Although the debate on the bioeconomy has gained momentum in recent decades, the interest in certifications and standards for biobased products is still weak. This book aims to fill this gap by promoting a holistic approach, which covers environmental, social and economic sustainability aspects and pushes forward the development of a circular, biobased economy. This book promotes the