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Fish Processing Waste: A Novel Source of Non‐Conventional Functional Proteins

The discovery of vaping methods for seafood processing by u2010products has resulted from the discovery of a large number of bioactive chemicals in seafood processing. The future of fish processing waste for reuse and bioconversion is promising, with the right attitude and success in the future. Hence, fish proteins can be extracted from the fish waste and can be used for human and animal uses in the form of protein isolate, hydrolysate, collagen, silage, and fish meal.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/ijfs.16104


Functional utilization of Mango Waste for Improving the Nutritional and Sensorial Properties of Multigrain Cookies

Compared to mango peel powder, the mango peel powder had a high amount of antioxidant, crude, protein, and fat, although mango kernel powder had a high percentage of moisture, ash, protein, and fat. However, 4% mango peel and 2% mango kernel powder did not have an effect on the cookies' texture or color, although substituting up to 6% resulted in color changes that were not desired. Due to the addition of mango peel and mango kernel, which also enhanced antioxidant activity, the phenolic and flavonoid content in cookies increased. The sensory evaluation revealed that substituting up to 4% mango peel and 2% mango kernel powder resulted in cookies with acceptable mango taste and flavor, but cookies made with the addition of 2% peel powder and 2% kernel powder achieved the highest sensory score, as well as antioxidant analysis.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jfpp.17173


A simple unstructured kinetic model for anaerobic treatment of a class agro‐industrial waste

paraphrasedoutput:BACKGROUND The dynamic modeling of an agro-u2010industrial waste treatment of an anaerobic process will help identify the right operating conditions that optimize the process's results. A simple unstructured kinetic model for the anaerobic treatment of various agrou2010industrial wastes is developed in this paper.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/jctb.7242


The Socialocene: From Capitalocene to Transnational Waste Regimes

In this essay, I will give a correlated, multiscalar, and multiscalar perspective on how state socialism interacted with and influenced the Capitalocene. The Socialocene emerges as a transnational waste system in which the modes of waste generation of Western capitalism and central planning are mutually determining. I will introduce the latter through numerous empirical examples and, in greater detail, through a case study of an Austrian chemical company outsourcing a hazardousu20intensiveu2010intensive product to a Hungarian chemical company in the 1960s.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/anti.12878


Hybrid electrosynthesis as non‐genetic approach for regulating microbial metabolism towards waste valorization in circular framework

Abstract: Biogenic waste reduction in biological processes has the potential of leading to carbon freedom while still delivering a diverse range of products. In the context of sustainability, the ability to designize and execute integrated waste biorefinery is of utmost importance. Particularly emphasized are applications: specifically for achieving sustainability through process integrations with various process integrations, electrochemical/interspecies, and enzymatic interventions in the applicationu2010redox metabolites—u2010redox metabolites u2010materials synergy/enzymatic interventions.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1751-7915.14143


Don't waste that free lettuce! impact of BOGOF promotions on retail profit and food waste

Buyu2010Oneu2010Oneu2010Oneu2010Free, a common sales marketing scheme in which customers receive two items for the price of one, has prompted shoppers to purchase and waste food. Food waste is unquestionably a critical topic that has not been addressed in connection with sales promotion. Two potential uses include unexpectedly high stock of a new product with a short shelf life, and excess inventory for an item with a short life span. Promoter's net-raising effect of promotions, the post-u2010promotion sales drop due to satiation, the couponu2010redemption policy, and BOGOF's higher consumer wastage rate from BOGOF promotions are among our two-u2010period Newsvendor models that we suggest. Overall, our findings reveal a more positive picture of the BOGOF's implementation plan than is commonly believed and imply that environmental concerns arise from a too narrow and too consumer-centric view of the waste issue.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/poms.13884


Micro‐Raman spectroscopy and complementary techniques applied for the study of copper and iron wastes from Motya (Italy)

This work is the first archaeometric investigation into copper and iron wastes from Motya's Phoenician site dating back to the eighth and the twentieth centuries BC. In the Cuu2010 slags and goethite, the Feu2010slags rely on calchopyrite, and secondary products such as cuprite and copper thrihydroxychlorides. According to EMPA results, the archaeometallurgical wastes from Motya can be distinguished based on their chemical compositions. These preliminary findings showed different typologies of by-u2010 products, including base metals speiss, copper slags from smelting sulphide ore with matte and iron smelting slags, reflecting various stages of copper and iron productions.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/jrs.6453


Isolation and Characterization of Cellulose Nanocrystals from Waste Cotton Fibers Using Sulfuric Acid Hydrolysis

Cellulose nanocrystals are one of the most useful materials that have recently been used in a variety of fields. There are several natural resources on the planet from which CNC can be extracted in a variety of ways. This research focuses on the extraction of CNCs from waste cotton fibers by sulfuric acid hydrolysis. During the conversion of WCFs to CNCs, the crystallinity index increased from 79. 87 to 88. 3 percent, according to XRD's report. SEM results showed a significant reduction in the size of SEMs during acid hydrolysis, which was evidently decreased. In addition, DLS results demonstrated high reliability of CNCs with a zeta potential of u221274. 43 mV and dispersion of 0. 147 0. 05 in aqueous solution, as shown by DLS results. CNCs had lower thermal stability at 170°C compared to WCFs due to the presence of 0. 74 percent of sulfur in the CNC backbone.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/star.202200159


THE STATE OF THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY: Waste Valorization in Hong Kong and Rotterdam

The circular economy has gained significant political traction because it gives policymakers a more effective means of combating resource depletion, minimizing garbage, and encouraging economic growth at the same time. This article examines this limitation by examining the position of the state in what we refer to as "u2018waste valorization"u2019. It examines CDW's geography and economic position in urban growth and the changing rationales by which it is controlled, including CDW's geographic and economic position in urban expansion and transitioning rationales. Waste is no longer undesirable component of urbanization, but rather a source of urban growth and a burgeoning sphere of accumulation in ecological capitalism, according to the essay.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1468-2427.13122

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