GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES IN PAPER SLUDGE MANAGEMENT, DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS, AND PLASTIC DEGRADATION

GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES IN PAPER SLUDGE MANAGEMENT, DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS, AND PLASTIC DEGRADATION

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05-Mar-2021
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Research Code: D768-00-BF-00-00
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This edition of the Industrial Bioprocessing TOE features an innovative enzyme-based approach for the treatment of pulp and paper wastewater and sludge, development of decanter centrifuges for the cost-effective de-inking of paper sludge in pulp and paper industry, and the use of novel bacterial strains for the conversion of sludge organic compounds into bio-plastics. The TOE also features information on the blending of de-inked paper sludge with post-consumer recycled polymers to enhance the mechanical strength of recycled polymers reused in polymer manufacturing. The TOE also focuses on innovations associated with the generation of highly nutritional algae-based dietary supplements, the use of fungi-based inoculants for enhancing soil fertility and crop yield, and the use of bamboo-based composites for a wide range of applications. The TOE additionally provides insights on the use of fermentation technology to convert waste gases into value added products, and the use of innovative microbial strains for the degradation of polymers.


The Industrial Bioprocessing TOE provides intelligence on technologies, processes and strategic insights of industries involving bioprocessing, including innovations in the development and production of chemicals, pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals, alternative fuels, chemical feedstocks, food and beverages, and consumer products.

Keywords: De-inking paper sludge, natural polyesters, bio-plastics, poly-hydroxyalkanoates, PHA, sludge thickeners, dietary supplements, mycorrhizal fungi inoculants, bamboo-based composites, eco-friendly surfactants, microbial polymer degradation

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INNOVATIONS IN PAPER SLUDGE MANAGEMENT, DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS, AND PLASTIC DEGRADATION

  • ENZYMATIC DEINKING TECHNOLOGIES LLC, US
  • FLOTTWEG SEPARATION TECHNOLOGY INC., US
  • PROMIKO AB, SWEDEN
  • ANDRITZ AG, AUSTRIA
  • ALFA LAVAL AB, SWEDEN
  • UNIVERSITÉ DE SFAX, TUNISIA
  • QUALITAS HEALTH, TX, US
  • GROUNDWORK BIOAG LTD., ISRAEL
  • BAMBOODER BIOBASED FIBERS, NETHERLANDS
  • SIRONIX RENEWABLES, WA, US
  • KINNVA, CENTRAL REGION, SINGAPORE
  • POLILOOP, BUDAPEST, HUNGARY

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This edition of the Industrial Bioprocessing TOE features an innovative enzyme-based approach for the treatment of pulp and paper wastewater and sludge, development of decanter centrifuges for the cost-effective de-inking of paper sludge in pulp and paper industry, and the use of novel bacterial strains for the conversion of sludge organic compounds into bio-plastics. The TOE also features information on the blending of de-inked paper sludge with post-consumer recycled polymers to enhance the mechanical strength of recycled polymers reused in polymer manufacturing. The TOE also focuses on innovations associated with the generation of highly nutritional algae-based dietary supplements, the use of fungi-based inoculants for enhancing soil fertility and crop yield, and the use of bamboo-based composites for a wide range of applications. The TOE additionally provides insights on the use of fermentation technology to convert waste gases into value added products, and the use of innovative microbial strains for the degradation of polymers. The Industrial Bioprocessing TOE provides intelligence on technologies, processes and strategic insights of industries involving bioprocessing, including innovations in the development and production of chemicals, pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals, alternative fuels, chemical feedstocks, food and beverages, and consumer products. Keywords: De-inking paper sludge, natural polyesters, bio-plastics, poly-hydroxyalkanoates, PHA, sludge thickeners, dietary supplements, mycorrhizal fungi inoculants, bamboo-based composites, eco-friendly surfactants, microbial polymer degradation
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