Polyhydroxyalkanoate production from food industry residual streams using mixed microbial cultures

Ilke Pala-Ozkok, Gülsüm Emel Zengin, Didem Okutman Taş, Nevin Yağcı, Didem Güven, H. Güçlü Insel, Emine Çokgör

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Özet

Polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHAs) as the next-generation bio-based polymers offer a renewable alternative to traditional petroleum-based counterparts. They can be derived from a wide variety of high carbon content feedstocks including food, biofuel, agricultural products, and carbon dioxide. PHAs have the potential to replace petroleum-based polymers in nearly every function from packaging and single use to durable products. PHAs have been marketed as environmentally friendly bioplastics with less CO2 emission, and enhanced sustainability, as well as independence from petroleum sources. Limitations in both cost efficiency and performance of state-of-the-art PHAs have been obstacles for the commercial application of these promising biopolymers. In this chapter, PHA production from food wastes/wastewaters is evaluated with a focus on renewable feedstocks, enrichment strategies for mixed microbial cultures, pretreatment, downstream processes, and pilot-scale applications.

Orijinal dilİngilizce
Ana bilgisayar yayını başlığıClean Energy and Resource Recovery
Ana bilgisayar yayını alt yazısıWastewater Treatment Plants as Biorefineries, Volume 2
YayınlayanElsevier
Sayfalar265-284
Sayfa sayısı20
ISBN (Elektronik)9780323901789
ISBN (Basılı)9780323901796
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Yayın durumuYayınlandı - 1 Oca 2021

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