A comparative overview of Bio-ethanol production from Organic Residues of Agro waste Materials
Anil Singh, Alok Singh
Bio-ethanol production from waste organic material is low coast technique. Carbohydrates are the constituent component of different agriculture materials. Rice straw, corn cob and peel of fruits and potatoes are rich in carbohydrates . These carbohydrates of different collected materials being converted into alcohol. These conversion obtained by fermentation by the help of specific yeast variety. After fermentation and different treatment 41%-46% alcohol were obtained from different materials after alkali treatment. Bio-ethanol are the low coast biofuel. Treated and purify bioethanol generally used in petrol vehicles for transportation . The production coast is very low and material can be obtained easily anywhere in India as well as other parts of the world. Obtained Percentage of bio-ethanol is differ from each other material because its depend on the constituent % of carbohydrate in material. Conversion of alcohol are chiefly depends on carbohydrate amount in sample.
Anil Singh, Alok Singh. A comparative overview of Bio-ethanol production from Organic Residues of Agro waste Materials. European Journal of Biotechnology and Bioscience, Volume 3, Issue 3, 2015, Pages 11-14