Value-added materials recovered from waste bone biomass: technologies and applications.
Hart, Abarasi; Ebiundu, Komonibo; Peretomode, Ebikapaye; Onyeaka, Helen; Nwabor, Ozioma Forstinus; Obileke, KeChrist
Engr. EBIKAPAYE PERETOMODE email@example.com
Ozioma Forstinus Nwabor
As the world population increases, the generation of waste bones will multiply exponentially, increasing landfill usage and posing health risks. This review aims to shed light on technologies for recovering valuable materials (e.g., alkaline earth material oxide such as CaO, hydroxyapatite, beta tri-calcium phosphate, phosphate and bone char) from waste bones, and discuss their potential applications as an adsorbent, catalyst and catalyst support, hydroxyapatite for tissue engineering, electrodes for energy storage, and phosphate source for soil remediation. Waste bone derived hydroxyapatite and bone char have found applications as a catalyst or catalyst support in organic synthesis, selective oxidation, biodiesel production, hydrocracking of heavy oil, selective hydrogenation and synthesis of bioactive compounds. With the help of this study, researchers can gather comprehensive data on studies regarding the recycling of waste bones, which will help them identify material recovery technologies and their applications in a single document. Furthermore, this work identifies areas for further research and development as well as areas for scaling-up, which will lead to reduced manufacturing costs and environmental impact. The idea behind this is to promote a sustainable environment and a circular economy concept in which waste bones are used as raw materials to produce new materials or for energy recovery.
HART, A., EBIUNDU, K., PERETOMODE, E., ONYEAKA, H., NWABOR, O.F. and OBILEKE, K. 2022. Value-added materials recovered from waste bone biomass: technologies and applications. RSC advances [online], 12(34), pages 22302-22330. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1039/D2RA03557J
|Journal Article Type||Article|
|Acceptance Date||Jul 20, 2022|
|Online Publication Date||Aug 10, 2022|
|Publication Date||Aug 22, 2022|
|Deposit Date||Aug 25, 2022|
|Publicly Available Date||Aug 25, 2022|
|Publisher||Royal Society of Chemistry|
|Peer Reviewed||Peer Reviewed|
|Keywords||Wast bones; Landfill usage; Health risks; Recovery technologies; Recycling; Environmental impact|
HART 2022 Value-added materials (VOR)
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© 2022 The Author(s). Published by the Royal Society of Chemistry.
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