Organic waste recycling for carbon smart circular bioeconomy and sustainable development: a review

Mukesh Kumar Awasthi*, Binghua Yan, Taner Sar, Ricardo Gómez-García, Liheng Ren, Pooja Sharma, Parameswaran Binod, Raveendran Sindhu, Vinod Kumar, Deepak Kumar, Badr A. Mohamed, Zengqiang Zhang, Mohammad J. Taherzadeh

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Abstract

The development of sustainable and low carbon impact processes for a suitable management of waste and by-products coming from different factors of the industrial value chain like agricultural, forestry and food processing industries. Implementing this will helps to avoid the negative environmental impact and global warming. The application of the circular bioeconomy (CB) and the circular economic models have been shown to be a great opportunity for facing the waste and by-products issues by bringing sustainable processing systems which allow to the value chains be more responsible and resilient. In addition, biorefinery approach coupled to CB context could offer different solution and insights to conquer the current challenges related to decrease the fossil fuel dependency as well as increase efficiency of resource recovery and processing cost of the industrial residues. It is worth to remark the important role that the biotechnological processes such as fermentative, digestive and enzymatic conversions play for an effective waste management and carbon neutrality.
Original languageEnglish
Article number127620
JournalBioresource Technology
Volume360
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2022

Keywords

  • Carbon neutrality
  • Circular bioeconomy
  • Environmental impact
  • Global warming
  • Low carbon
  • Sustainability

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