Energy from Organic Waste


The organic waste from breweries, coffee shops, dairy farms, and slaughterhouses can supply energy to hundreds of typical homes each day. Proper management and recycling of huge volumes of food waste are required to reduce its environmental burdens and to minimize risks to human health. Food waste is indeed an untapped resource with great potential for energy production. Utilization of food waste for energy conversion currently represents a challenge.


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