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Biorefineries – New Green Strategy For Development Of Smart And Innovative Industry

Published Online: 15 Mar 2018
Volume & Issue: Volume 23 (2016) - Issue 3 (September 2016)
Page range: 150 - 155
Received: 01 Feb 2016
Accepted: 01 Apr 2016
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English
Abstract

Ecological engineering or ecotechnology is defined as the design of sustainable production that integrate human society with the natural environment for the benefit of both. In order to reach the goal of sustainability therefore important that bioproduct production systems are converted from to natural cycle oriented. In natural cycles there are not waste, but products are generated at different stages of the cycle. The ecotechnology creates a sustainable bioeconomy using biomass in a smart and efficient way. The biorefining sector, which uses smart, innovative and efficient technologies to convert biomass feedstocks into a range of bio-based products including fuels, chemicals, power, food, and renewable oils, currently presents the innovative and efficient bio-based production can revitalize existing industries. The paper presents the concept of biorefinery as the ecotechnological approach for creating a sustainable bioeconomy using biomass in a smart and efficient way.

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