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Waste-based bioeconomy: From Newspapers to Bioethanol.

Mexican students of the Universidad del Valle de Mexico (UVM) Coyoacan Campus, in Mexico City created bioethanol using newspaper. To obtain this bioethanol, the process is via the acid digestion of newspaper, for it to later be fermented and finally distilled. The group of students used various types of paper, but eventually discovered that newspaper was the most effective option. ...
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Eco-efficient Process to Obtain Bioethanol from Potato Waste.

Biotechnology for Biofuels published a feasibility study to produce bioethanol from sweet potato residues (SPR) using enzymatic hydrolysis that has a large potential of being adopted by industry. China is the largest sweet potato producer and exporter in the world, with more than 71 million tons of sweet potatoes being produced each year. SPRs separated after extracting starch account...
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Clariant and Werner & Mertz collaborate to expand possible applications of bioethanol.

This is the first time that bioethanol produced from agricultural residues is being used in cleaning agents. This project is combines Clariant’s sunlight ® technology with Werner & Merz experience in cleaning agents. It uses second-generation bioethanol produced from local agricultural residues without competing with food residues. Frosch Bio-Spirit Multisurface-Cleaner Orange has...
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