Special Issue "Microbial Fermentation: From Waste to Biofuel"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 July 2019
The global population has grown, elevating greenhouse gas emissions to critical levels, and environmental awareness has led to considering more sustainable development, where moving from a linear economy to circular economy is becoming a demand. Microorganisms are natural tools to achieve this circularly. They consume our municipal and industrial solid waste as well as wastewater and agricultural residuals, while also producing biofuels, including alcohols (methanol, ethanol, butanol, etc.), gases (biogas and hydrogen), or the metabolites or cell biomass (such as algae), that can be converted into biofuels (e.g., biodiesel). This Special Issue aims to explore microorganisms and their functions for this purpose.
Prof. Mohammad Taherzadeh
Manuscript Submission Information
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- solid wastes
- agricultural residuals
- microbial fermentation