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Biowaste valorisation in a future circular bioeconomy

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Biowaste valorisation in a future circular bioeconomy. / Vea, Eldbjørg Blikra; Romeo, Daina; Thomsen, Marianne.

In: Procedia CIRP, Vol. 69, 30.04.2018, p. 591-596.

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Vea, Eldbjørg Blikra ; Romeo, Daina ; Thomsen, Marianne. / Biowaste valorisation in a future circular bioeconomy. In: Procedia CIRP. 2018 ; Vol. 69. pp. 591-596.

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title = "Biowaste valorisation in a future circular bioeconomy",
abstract = "The biowaste refinery concept has received significant attention in recent years as a sustainable alternative the petroleum refinery, exploitingthe biowaste for producing high value bioproducts. However, waste-based biorefineries mainly apply homogeneous waste streams fromagriculture and food processing as feedstock. This paper presents the state of the art of mixed-biowaste biorefinery concepts. We identified 20studies that use the organic fraction of municipal solid waste (OFMSW) as feedstock, producing enzymes, bioplastics, biopesticides and otherhigh value products. Valorisation efficiency (output product per kg OFMSW) and potential revenue by valorising the OFMSW into differentproducts (Euro/ton OFMSW) was analysed for the identified studies. It was found that enzymes have the highest potential revenue followed bybiopesticides and bioplastics. Developing biorefineries applying OFMSW as feedstock presents a promising opportunity for moving up thewaste hierarch by coupling the waste and production sector in a future circular bioeconomy.",
keywords = "CBIO, biorefinery, Food waste, municipal biowaste valorisation, valorisation efficiency",
author = "Vea, {Eldbj{\o}rg Blikra} and Daina Romeo and Marianne Thomsen",
year = "2018",
month = apr,
day = "30",
doi = "10.1016/j.procir.2017.11.062",
language = "English",
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journal = "Procedia CIRP",
issn = "2212-8271",
publisher = "Elsevier",
note = "null ; Conference date: 30-04-2018 Through 01-05-2018",
url = "http://www.lce2018.dk/",

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Y1 - 2018/4/30

N2 - The biowaste refinery concept has received significant attention in recent years as a sustainable alternative the petroleum refinery, exploitingthe biowaste for producing high value bioproducts. However, waste-based biorefineries mainly apply homogeneous waste streams fromagriculture and food processing as feedstock. This paper presents the state of the art of mixed-biowaste biorefinery concepts. We identified 20studies that use the organic fraction of municipal solid waste (OFMSW) as feedstock, producing enzymes, bioplastics, biopesticides and otherhigh value products. Valorisation efficiency (output product per kg OFMSW) and potential revenue by valorising the OFMSW into differentproducts (Euro/ton OFMSW) was analysed for the identified studies. It was found that enzymes have the highest potential revenue followed bybiopesticides and bioplastics. Developing biorefineries applying OFMSW as feedstock presents a promising opportunity for moving up thewaste hierarch by coupling the waste and production sector in a future circular bioeconomy.

AB - The biowaste refinery concept has received significant attention in recent years as a sustainable alternative the petroleum refinery, exploitingthe biowaste for producing high value bioproducts. However, waste-based biorefineries mainly apply homogeneous waste streams fromagriculture and food processing as feedstock. This paper presents the state of the art of mixed-biowaste biorefinery concepts. We identified 20studies that use the organic fraction of municipal solid waste (OFMSW) as feedstock, producing enzymes, bioplastics, biopesticides and otherhigh value products. Valorisation efficiency (output product per kg OFMSW) and potential revenue by valorising the OFMSW into differentproducts (Euro/ton OFMSW) was analysed for the identified studies. It was found that enzymes have the highest potential revenue followed bybiopesticides and bioplastics. Developing biorefineries applying OFMSW as feedstock presents a promising opportunity for moving up thewaste hierarch by coupling the waste and production sector in a future circular bioeconomy.

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KW - biorefinery

KW - Food waste

KW - municipal biowaste valorisation

KW - valorisation efficiency

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