Microbial PHA Production from Waste Raw Materials View Full Text


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2009-10-28

AUTHORS

Martin Koller , Aid Atlić , Miguel Dias , Angelika Reiterer , Gerhart Braunegg

ABSTRACT

The application of biotechnological processes for industrial production can be regarded as promising for sustainable development, although for a range of products, biotechnological production strategies have not yet passed the test of economic viability. This is often caused by the cost of the raw materials. Here, a viable solution strategy is identified by the utilization of a broad range of waste and surplus materials that can be upgraded to the role of feedstocks for the biomediated production of desired end products such as polyhydroxyalkanoate biopolymers. The selection of the appropriate waste stream as a feedstock for biotechnological purposes mainly depends on the global region where the production plant will be constructed. To save costs for transportation, facilities for the production of biopolymers, biofuels and biochemicals should be integrated into existing production lines, where the feedstocks directly accrue as waste streams. In Europe and North America, surplus whey from the dairy industry is available in large quantities, whereas huge amounts of non-wood lignocellulosic materials from rice, corn and sugar cane plants are found in many different countries worldwide. The enormously increasing production of biofuels provides a range of by-products such as glycerol and low-quality fatty acid esters from biodiesel production or distillery residues from bioethanol factories. The utilization of waste streams for production of value-added products not only enhances the economics of such products, but also provides industry with a strategy to overcome disposal problems. More... »

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85-119

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