Journal of Cleaner Production
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#1Neha Tavker (Central University of Gujarat)
#2Manu Sharma (Central University of Gujarat)H-Index: 8
Abstract Fruit rinds isolated cellulose supported 2D tin sulfide nanostructures have been developed for the improved photodegradation of the standard and industrial organic pollutants. Some industrial organic pollutants are so persistent that they bioaccumulate in animal tissues and biomagnify along food chains adversely affecting humans, wildlife and the environment. For minimizing the cost of photocatalyst, extraction of cellulose was carried out from waste fruits peels (pomegranate, orange, s...
#1Koushik Roy (Sewanee: The University of the South)H-Index: 4
#2Jaroslav Vrba (Sewanee: The University of the South)H-Index: 24
Last. Jan Mráz (Sewanee: The University of the South)H-Index: 7
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Abstract There have been some arguments concerning supplementary feed (cereals) based common carp production in fishponds and water pollution, mostly in Central Europe. Using Czech Republic (top producer in EU) as a benchmark and combining data on nutrient digestibility of feedstuffs used combined with analyses of literature data, we have assessed – nutrient footprint (∼9.4–10.8 kg N ha−1, ∼2.7–3.2 kg P ha−1; 1.5–4 × EU livestock average); autochthonous nutrient removal (∼8–9.2 kg N ha−1, 1.4–1....
#1Fengxiang ZhuH-Index: 6
#2Chunlai HongH-Index: 5
Last. Yanlai YaoH-Index: 6
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Abstract Ammonia volatilization is a serious concern in the two-stage composting of pig manure. To reduce ammonia volatilization, an optimal microbial agent concentration for maintaining nitrogen in compost was determined the microbial agent had a negative effect on housefly larval growth, but all treatments achieved good yields of late-instar maggots above 12% fresh material weight. The volatilization of ammonia was efficiently reduced by directly mixing 1% microbial agent into the initial mate...
#1Kieran Campbell-Johnston (UU: Utrecht University)H-Index: 1
#2Martin Calisto Friant (UU: Utrecht University)
Last. Walter J.V. Vermeulen (UU: Utrecht University)H-Index: 24
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Abstract The circular economy (CE) emphasises closing material loops to retain material value. The current practice of tyre recycling in the Netherlands, through a system of extended producer responsibility (EPR), appears an overwhelming success, with claims of 100% recovery. Yet, there is limited critical understanding regarding the system's circularity, considering alternative value retention options and resource recovery outcomes. This study analyses this Dutch tyre EPR system and reflects on...
Abstract As humanity's impact on the environment continues to increase, it brings with it an increased risk of abrupt and nonlinear changes at the global scale. The Planetary Boundaries framework, introduced in 2009, identifies a safe operating space for several processes deemed critical to the continued stability of the Earth system. At a national level, countries face the challenge of limiting their environmental impact while enabling their inhabitants to lead happy lives. Different economies ...
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Environmental resource management
Life-cycle assessment
Waste management