Olive Mill Waste

Olive Mill Waste: Recent Advances for Sustainable Management addresses today's most relevant topics in olive oil industry sustainable management. Emphasizing recent advisable practices, the book explores the potential of reutilizing OMW to power the mill itself, the reuse of OMW as soil amendment, aerobic biological treatment of OMW and compost production, the case study of OMW within the biorefinery concept, the recovery of bioactive compounds from OMW, and their applications in food products and cosmetics. Recent research efforts have concluded that the successful management of OMW focuses on three main routes: (a) reuse of water, (b) reuse of polyphenols, and (c) reuse of nutrients. Following this consideration, the book covers sustainable practices in the olive oil industry, revealing opportunities for reutilizing the water of OMW within the process or as s soil amendment. At the same time, it explores all the possibilities of recovering polyphenols and reutilizing them in target products, such as foods and cosmetics. In addition, the book presents successful cases of industrial OMW valorization through real world experiences. Covers the most recent advances in the field of olive mill waste management following sustainability principles Fills the gap of transfer knowledge between academia and industry Explores the advantages, disadvantages and real potential of processes and products in the market

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  • Author : Charis M. Galanakis
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Pages : 300 pages
  • ISBN : 0128092246
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
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Olive Mill Waste

Olive Mill Waste
  • Author : Charis M. Galanakis
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 28 December 2016
GET THIS BOOKOlive Mill Waste

Olive Mill Waste: Recent Advances for Sustainable Management addresses today's most relevant topics in olive oil industry sustainable management. Emphasizing recent advisable practices, the book explores the potential of reutilizing OMW to power the mill itself, the reuse of OMW as soil amendment, aerobic biological treatment of OMW and compost production, the case study of OMW within the biorefinery concept, the recovery of bioactive compounds from OMW, and their applications in food products and cosmetics. Recent research efforts have concluded

Olive Mill Waste

Olive Mill Waste
  • Author : Charis M. Galanakis
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 22 December 2016
GET THIS BOOKOlive Mill Waste

Olive Mill Waste: Recent Advances for Sustainable Management addresses today's most relevant topics in olive oil industry sustainable management. Emphasizing recent advisable practices, the book explores the potential of reutilizing OMW to power the mill itself, the reuse of OMW as soil amendment, aerobic biological treatment of OMW and compost production, the case study of OMW within the biorefinery concept, the recovery of bioactive compounds from OMW, and their applications in food products and cosmetics. Recent research efforts have concluded

Olive Processing Waste Management

Olive Processing Waste Management
  • Author : Michael Niaounakis,C.P. Halvadakis
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 01 February 2006
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Olive Processing Waste Management contains a comprehensive review of literature and patent survey concerning olive processing waste. Over 1,000 citations are presented. Wastes considered include olive cultivation solid waste, wastes arising from classical, three- and two-phase olive mills and wastes generated during table olive processing. In addition, information is presented concerning the management of spent olive oil (e.g. from cooking). The book is divided into five parts. Part I presents background information concerning the characterization of olive processing wastes, their

Products from Olive Tree

Products from Olive Tree
  • Author : Dimitrios Boskou,Maria Clodoveo
  • Publisher : BoD – Books on Demand
  • Release : 26 October 2016
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Olive tree products provide a number of documented presentations of the production and quality of the two most important olive tree products: virgin olive oil and table olives. It is a source that familiarizes readers with recent approaches and innovations that can be introduced in the virgin olive oil extraction and stabilization technology and the preparation of table olives with emphasis on the presence of bioactive constituents. It also describes advances in the methods of checking authenticity and in the

Olive Germplasm

Olive Germplasm
  • Author : Innocenzo Muzzalupo
  • Publisher : BoD – Books on Demand
  • Release : 07 December 2012
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The olive (Olea europaea) is increasingly recognized as a crop of great economic and health importance world-wide. Olive growing in Italy is very important, but there is still a high degree of confusion regarding the genetic identity of cultivars. This book is a source of recently accumulated information on olive trees and on olive oil industry. The objective of this book is to provide knowledge which is appropriate for students, scientists, both experienced and inexperienced horticulturists and, in general, for

Desert Olive Oil Cultivation

Desert Olive Oil Cultivation
  • Author : Zeev Wiesman
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 24 June 2009
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Due to the adverse stress conditions typical of olive cultivation in desert conditions, the olive tree is responding with production of high levels of antioxidant substances. Among these substances are polyphenols, tocopherols, and phytosterols. Studies have shown that saline irrigated varieties of olives have demonstrated advantages over those irrigated with tap water. This is just one of the aspects of desert cultivation of olives that is covered in Desert Olive Oil Advanced Biotechnologies. Based on 20 years of research, the book

Olive Mill Waste Biophenols

Olive Mill Waste Biophenols
  • Author : Hassan Kamal Obied
  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 16 June 2021
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"Olive mill waste (OMW) is the by-product of processing olive fruits to produce virgin olive oil. The huge amounts of biodegradation resistant OMW pose an economic and environmental burden, which is further complicated by its seasonal nature and restricted discharge options. It is ironic that the noxious properties of OMW result essentially from its high biophenol content. The myriad of reported bioactivites of biophenols, especially their antioxidant abilities, has redirected the research into the recovery of the precious biophenols ..."--P.

Olives and Olive Oil as Functional Foods

Olives and Olive Oil as Functional Foods
  • Author : Apostolos Kiritsakis,Fereidoon Shahidi
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 15 June 2017
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The only single-source reference on the science of olives and olive oil nutrition and health benefits Olives and Olive Oil as Functional Foods is the first comprehensive reference on the science of olives and olive oil. While the main focus of the book is on the fruit’s renowned health-sustaining properties, it also provides an in-depth coverage of a wide range of topics of vital concern to producers and researchers, including post-harvest handling, packaging, analysis, sensory evaluation, authentication, waste product

The Extra-Virgin Olive Oil Handbook

The Extra-Virgin Olive Oil Handbook
  • Author : Claudio Peri
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 14 April 2014
GET THIS BOOKThe Extra-Virgin Olive Oil Handbook

The Extra-Virgin Olive Oil Handbook According to European legislation, extra-virgin is the top grade of olive oils. It has superior health properties and flavour compared to virgin and refined olive oils. Mediterranean countries still produce more than 85% of the world's olive oil, but the constant increase of demand for extra-virgin olive oil has led to new cultivation and production in other areas of the world, including California, Australia, China, South Africa and South America. At the same time, olive oil’