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<h3>Economic analysis of biogas and compost projects in a palm </h3>
23 05 2024

Economic analysis of biogas and compost projects in a palm

Jul 4, 2012 · This article is a case study to compare the economic viabilities of biogas generation and compost projects in a palm oil mill in Malaysia with and without clean development mechanism (CDM). Biogas is captured from anaerobic ponds or digester tanks treating palm oil mill effluent (POME) and converted to green renewable electricity for grid connection, while compost is produced from the shredded

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<h3>What is Industrial Composting and Why is it Important?</h3>
23 05 2024

What is Industrial Composting and Why is it Important?

Jan 30, 2024 · Conserves natural resources: Industrial composting can help to conserve natural resources by reducing the need for landfill space and by diverting organic waste from incinerators. Improves soil quality: Compost is a nutrient-rich soil amendment that can help to improve soil structure, water retention, and fertility.

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<h3>Effect of adding palm oil mill decanter cake slurry with </h3>
23 05 2024

Effect of adding palm oil mill decanter cake slurry with

Formation of compost from oil palm empty fruit bunches (EFB) and decanter cake slurry by adding palm oil mill effluent (POME) with regular turning operation was investigated. The experiment was conducted in a commercial composting plant under the normal production process. The addition of decanter c

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<h3>Mixed Composting of Palm Oil Empty Fruit Bunch  - Springer</h3>
23 05 2024

Mixed Composting of Palm Oil Empty Fruit Bunch - Springer

Mar 7, 2020 · Abstract Large amounts of palm oil consumption in Malaysia leads to large amounts of by-products such as Empty Fruit Bunch (EFB) and Palm Oil Mill Effluent (POME) requiring disposal. Limited treatment for these waste products has resulted in interest to use EFB + POME in composting when mixed with different biomass sources for nutrient enhancement. This work is aimed at enhancing the

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<h3>Current trends in palm oil waste management: A comparative </h3>
23 05 2024

Current trends in palm oil waste management: A comparative

Nov 1, 2023 · This is because palm oil have the highest yield per hectares of all edible oil, which is about four times rapeseed, producing a total of 39.6 % of the total vegetable oil (oilworld, 2019); it is also the cheapest and most consumed form of vegetable oil (statista, 2023). This makes palm oil the most popular form of vegetable oil in the market.

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<h3>The Utilisation of Palm Oil and Oil Palm Residues and the </h3>
23 05 2024

The Utilisation of Palm Oil and Oil Palm Residues and the

Mar 12, 2021 · The palm oil industry is essentially ideal for the availability of abundant biomass resources, where the multifaceted residues are vital for energy production through the conversion of biomass waste into value-added products simultaneously. This article discusses the utilisation of palm oil and its residues in the energy and transportation sector.

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<h3>Palm Oil Industry Residues | SpringerLink</h3>
23 05 2024

Palm Oil Industry Residues | SpringerLink

Oil palm industry generates a large quantity of residues and wastes in the form of empty fruit bunch, palm kernel shells, trunk of the plant, fibre, leaves and others. When palm oil is extracted and processed, it also produces effluents with high organic matter, suspended matter and oil and grease.

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<h3>Morphological diversity of actinobacteria isolated from oil </h3>
23 05 2024

Morphological diversity of actinobacteria isolated from oil

Nov 27, 2023 · Composting is a natural process of decomposition of organic matter that occurs by the action of microorganisms such as fungi, bacteria, and actinobacteria. The actinobacteria are present throughout the process due to their resistance to different environmental conditions. They are Gram-positive, filamentous bacteria with a high capacity for producing secondary metabolites of biotechnological

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<h3>Land application of biomass residue generated from palm oil </h3>
23 05 2024

Land application of biomass residue generated from palm oil

Mar 1, 2011 · Compared to conventional palm oil mills the total amount of palm oil mill effluent (POME) can he reduced from 0.65 m3 t FFB to 0.45 rn3 t (conventional sterilization and zero dilution water) and 0

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<h3>Composting for a More Sustainable Palm Oil Waste Management </h3>
23 05 2024

Composting for a More Sustainable Palm Oil Waste Management

Nov 10, 2022 · Among the 1155 articles, a total of 135 were selected for a systematic review of palm oil waste management developments and their applications, while 14 were used for determining compost quality according to the criteria and requirements established in the systematic literature review.

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<h3>Co-composting of palm empty fruit bunch and palm oil mill </h3>
23 05 2024

Co-composting of palm empty fruit bunch and palm oil mill

Mar 10, 2017 · The accelerated composting time and improved compost quality can make composting a more attractive option for palm oil mills, with economic and environmental benefits. The study also aimed to determine the importance of composting to reduce the emission GHG, which is generated abundantly from open EFB dumps and POME treatment ponds.

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<h3>Diversity and characterization of lignocellulolytic fungi </h3>
23 05 2024

Diversity and characterization of lignocellulolytic fungi

Dec 1, 2019 · Malaysia accounts for 39% of world palm oil production and is one of the world’s largest palm oil exporter (Villela et al., 2014). Large amounts of biomass by-products are produced as palm oil can only be obtained from the flesh and kernel of ripe fruits, which only accounts for 10% of the tree (Onoja et al., 2018).

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<h3>Critical Parameters in The Life Cycle Inventory of Palm Oil </h3>
23 05 2024

Critical Parameters in The Life Cycle Inventory of Palm Oil

Co-composting as a sub-system in the life cycle of crude palm oil (CPO) has a direct impact on the value of four critical parameters: anaerobic degradation of organic matter (methane emissions), use of inorganic fertilizer, net amount of waste and overall fuel consumption.

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<h3>Oil palm biomass residue in Malaysia: Availability and </h3>
23 05 2024

Oil palm biomass residue in Malaysia: Availability and

Jan 1, 2013 · Oil palm biomass residue and source of generation. 2.1 Oil palm biomass residue generated from plantation site. In 2012, Malaysia had 5.08 million hectares of oil palm plantation. This large

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<h3>Utilization of Palm Oil Waste as a Sustainable Food Resource</h3>
23 05 2024

Utilization of Palm Oil Waste as a Sustainable Food Resource

Aug 18, 2023 · In general, palm oil residue/waste is used to make compost. This is due to the high content of organic chemicals in it. For example, palm oil trunks have a high potassium content, even up to 1000 kg/hectare . Besides that EFB residue can be used as raw material for mushroom cultivation.

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