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Research Article Treatment and Valorization of Palm Oil

Research Article Treatment and Valorization of Palm Oil Mill Effluent through Production of Food Grade Yeast Biomass Article (PDF Available) · September 2014

Research Article Treatment and Valorization of Palm Oil

Palm oil mill effluent (POME) is high strength wastewater derived from processing of palm fruit. It is generated in large quantities in all oil palm producing nations where it is a strong pollutant amenable to microbial degradation being rich in

Research Article Treatment and Valorization of Palm Oil

Research Article Treatment and Valorization of Palm Oil Mill Effluent through Production of Food Grade Yeast Biomass JoyO.IwuagwuandJ.ObetaUgwuanyi DepartmentofMicrobiology,UniversityofNigeria,Nsukka,N igeria Correspondence should be addressed to J. Obeta Ugwuanyi; [email protected] Received July; AcceptedSeptember; Published

Treatment and Valorization of Palm Oil Mill Effluent

Treatment and Valorization of Palm Oil Mill Effluent through Production of Food Grade Yeast Biomass JoyO.IwuagwuandJ.ObetaUgwuanyi DepartmentofMicrobiology,UniversityofNigeria,Nsukka41001,Nigeria

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Journal of Waste Management / 2014 / Article / Tab 4 Research Article Treatment and Valorization of Palm Oil Mill Effluent through Production of Food Grade Yeast Biomass

Treatment and Valorization of Palm Oil Mill Effluent

Palm oil mill effluent (POME) is high strength wastewater derived from processing of palm fruit. It is generated in large quantities in all oil palm producing nations where it is a strong pollutant amenable to microbial degradation being rich in organic carbon, nitrogen, and minerals. Valorization and treatment of POME with seven yeast isolates was studied under scalable conditions by using

Table 2 Treatment and Valorization of Palm Oil Mill

Treatment and Valorization of Palm Oil Mill Effluent through Production of Food Grade Yeast Biomass. Table 2. Physiological characteristics of the isolated yeasts. Physiological test : SP 5: TMCC: TWC: TWDC: Glucose: FA: FA: SA: FA: FA: FA: FA: Galactose: FA: FA: SA: SA: FA: FA: FA: Sucrose: FA: FA: SA: FA: FA: FA: FA: Raffinose: FA: WA: SA: FA − FA: FA: Maltose −A −A −A − FA − −

Palm Oil Mill Effluent (POME) Characteristic in High Crop

Palm oil mill effluent (POME) is a wastewater generated from palm oil milling activities which requires effective treatment before discharge into watercourses due to its highly polluting properties. The characterization of wastewater is the essential step in the design of any wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) in the industry as conducting pilot-scale tests to obtain design and operating

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Research Article. Treatment and Valorization of Palm Oil Mill Effluent through Production of Food Grade Yeast Biomass

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Research Article. Treatment and Valorization of Palm Oil Mill Effluent through Production of Food Grade Yeast Biomass

Characterization of Matured Vermicompost Derived

The valorization process involves transforming low-value materials such as wastes into high-value-added products. The current study aims to determine the potential of using a valorization process such as vermicomposting technology to convert palm oil mill byproduct, namely, decanter cake (DC), into organic fertilizer or vermicompost. The maturity of the vermicompost was characterized through

Treatment and Biotransformation of Highly Polluted

In this laboratory-scale study, earthworms were introduced as biodegraders of palm oil mill effluent (POME), which is a wastewater produced from the wet process of palm oil milling. POME was absorbed into amendments (soil or rice straw) in different ratios as feedstocks for the earthworm, Eudrilus eugeniae. The presence of earthworms led to significant increases in pH, electrical conductivity

Opportunities and Challenges of Microalgal Cultivation

South East Asia dominates the production of palm oil worldwide. During the traditional wet processing, palm oil mill effluent (POME) wastewater is generated which poses serious environmental problems. Wastewater treatment using microalgae was initiated recently because of the advantages to lower nutrient content efficiently while the biomass can be utilized as bulk biomass or value added product.

Valorization of Palm Oil Mill Effluent into Lipid and Cell

Request PDF Valorization of Palm Oil Mill Effluent into Lipid and Cell-Bound Lipase by Marine Yeast Yarrowia lipolytica and Their Application in Biodiesel Production Purpose This study aimed

The effect of Palm Oil Mill Effluent Scientific Reports

Madaki, Y. S. & Seng, L. Palm oil mill effluent (POME) from Malaysia palm oil mills: Waste or Resource. International Journal of Science, Environment and Technology 2 (6), 1138–1155 (2013a

Opportunities and Challenges of Microalgal Cultivation on

problem. Palm oil milling by wet processing is commonly used in Indonesia and Malaysia [61165, ]. About 1 ton of so-called fresh fruit bunch (FFB) produces 0.66 ton palm oil mill effluent [63]. Upon discharge, the raw POME is a brownish liquid with temperatures ranging between 80 and 90 °C. Further characteristics include: pH ranging from 4.0

Biowaste and biomass valorization, recycling and

Biowaste and biomass valorization, recycling and recovery practices. Edited by Yiu Fai Tsang, Eilhann E. Kwon, Alicia Kyoungjin An, Jechan Lee. Last update 17 October 2019. Actions for selected articles. Select all / Deselect all. Download PDFs Export citations. Show all article previews Show all article previews. Receive an update when the latest issues in this journal are published. Sign in

Characterization of Matured Vermicompost Derived

Characterization of Matured Vermicompost Derived from Valorization of Palm Oil Mill Byproduct Article in Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 64(8) · February 2016 with 76 Reads

Valorization of By-Products from Palm Oil Mills for the

Palm oil production is one of the major industries in the south of Thailand. A study of the quantity and potential usage of palm oil mill wastes was carried out. Sixteen palm oil mills in the

Membrane Technology For Palm Oil Wastewater & Mill

As a result, palm oil wastewater treatment also receives much attention. Palm oil mill effluent (POME)is a yellow liquid with a unique unpleasant smell and comes from oil extraction, cleaning and washing process in the POME factory, which is featured with very high COD and BOD. Due to its acidic nature (pH 3.4–5.2), high salt and suspended solids, oil and grease, the untreated discharge of

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Characterization of Matured Vermicompost Derived

The valorization process involves transforming low-value materials such as wastes into high-value-added products. The current study aims to determine the potential of using a valorization process such as vermicomposting technology to convert palm oil mill byproduct, namely, decanter cake (DC), into organic fertilizer or vermicompost. The maturity of the vermicompost was characterized through

Research Article Treatment of Palm Oil Mill Effluent by a

Research Article Treatment of Palm Oil Mill Effluent by a Microbial Consortium Developed from Compost Soils CharlesO.Nwuche, 1,2 HidekiAoyagi, 2 andJamesC.Ogbonna 1 DepartmentofMicrobiology,UniversityofNigeria,Nsukka, Nigeria Department of Bioscience and Bioengineering, Graduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba,

Valorization of Palm Oil Mill Effluent into Lipid and Cell

This study aimed to valorize palm oil mill effluent (POME) into lipid and lipase by marine yeast Yarrowia lipolytica and to evaluate their application in biodiesel production. Several strains of Yarrowia lipolytica were cultivated in POME and the most promising strain was selected and its culture conditions were optimized. After optimization, the yeast cells were harvested and its cell-bound

Harnessing renewable hydrogen-rich syngas from

Valorization of palm oil mill effluent (POME) over a sol-gel synthesized lanthanum nickel trioxide (LaNiO 3) catalyst via steam reforming pathway was investigated from 573 to 1173 K.The blank run (steam reforming) at 873–1173 K neutralized the acidic POME with complete total suspended solids (TSS) removal, which accomplished >88% chemical oxygen demand (COD) removal, >97% 5-days

Research advancements in palm oil nutrition

Using a carefully evolved research strategy, the Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) has focused on multi-pronged nutrition trials in animals and humans to prove the nutritional worthiness of palm oil and its products. This has resulted in over 200 publications in high impact peer reviewed journals. Collaborative projects have been undertaken at biomedical centres of excellence abroad where palm

Pyrolysis production of fruit peel biochar for potential

Palm oil mill effluent (POME) is a harmful waste that should also be treated before it can safely be released to the environment. In this study, pyrolysis of banana and orange peels was performed under different temperatures to produce biochar that was then examined as adsorbent in POME treatment. The pyrolysis generated 30.7–47.7 wt% yield of a dark biochar over a temperature ranging

Towards a sustainable bioeconomy: Working in

Research article Full text access Vegetative growth enhancement of organic fertilizer from anaerobically-treated palm oil mill effluent (POME) supplemented with chicken manure in

Potential valorization of by-product materials from oil

Full Article. Potential Valorization of By-product Materials from Oil Palm: A review of Alternative and Sustainable Carbon Sources for Carbon-based Nanomaterials Synthesis . Salisu Nasir, a,b,c,* Mohd Zobir Hussein, a,* Zulkarnain Zainal, c Nor Azah Yusof, c Syazwan Afif Mohd Zobir, d and Ibrahim Mustapha Alibe a. The crises in global energy and environmental degradation, combined with

Potential valorization of by-product materials from oil

Full Article. Potential Valorization of By-product Materials from Oil Palm: A review of Alternative and Sustainable Carbon Sources for Carbon-based Nanomaterials Synthesis . Salisu Nasir, a,b,c,* Mohd Zobir Hussein, a,* Zulkarnain Zainal, c Nor Azah Yusof, c Syazwan Afif Mohd Zobir, d and Ibrahim Mustapha Alibe a. The crises in global energy and environmental degradation, combined with

Waste based hydrogen production for circular

Leaño et al. (2012) investigated batch bio-H 2 production and bioelectricity harvest from palm oil mill waste employing sludge as seed inoculum. The reported higher bio-H 2 production is 0.7 mmol H 2 /g COD with 65% of COD removal efficiency. Leaño and Babel (2012) investigated the H 2 production efficiency of palm oil mill wastewater in batch experiments.

Modeling and optimization of photocatalytic treatment

(2017). Modeling and optimization of photocatalytic treatment of pre-treated palm oil mill effluent (POME) in a UV/TiO2 system using response surface methodology (RSM)

Recent Advancement of Coagulation–Flocculation and Its

Sewage Treatment in Campus for Recycling Purpose: A Review. 2020,,, 207-243. DOI: 10.1007/978-981-13-7260-5_15. Zhan Sheng Lee, Sim Yee Chin, Jun Wei Lim, Thongthai Witoon, Chin Kui Cheng. Treatment technologies of palm oil mill effluent (POME) and olive mill wastewater (OMW): A brief review. Environmental Technology & Innovation 2019, 15

Valorization of Palm Oil Industrial Waste SpringerLink

The aim of this work was to investigate the feasibility of using palm oil industrial waste as feedstock for lipase production in different cultivation systems. Evaluation was made of lipase production by a selected strain of Aspergillus niger cultivated under solid-state (SSF) and submerged fermentation (SmF). Lipase activity levels up to 15.41 IU/mL were achieved under SSF. The effects of pH

Estimation of Saccharomyces cerevisiae Biomass Cultured in

cerevisiae including cassava mill effluents [6-9], palm oil mill effluents [10], jagger, pods, fruit wastes, vegetable wastes, banana and orange peels and deoiled cake [3]. Specifically, Nigeria is the largest producers of cassava in the world [4,11,12]. During the processing cassava mill effluents (waste water) is a major liquid wastes that are discharged into the soil without any form of

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Sustainable microalgae‐based palm oil mill effluent

The production of copious quantities of waste palm oil mill effluent (POME) is an unavoidable consequence of palm oil industries, and requires effective treatment before discharge into the environment. Microalgae possess a significant nutrient bio‐sorption capacity in addition to high photosynthetic and carbon bio‐sequestration rates, and hence can be exploited for sustainable POME

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