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Editors: Linda Zikhona Linganiso (Senior Lecturer, University of Zululand, KwaDlangezwa, KwaZulu Natal Province, South Africa)
Book Description:
The fastest route to losing clients and the market share is to stop innovating. This book is designed to help venture capitalists invest their money for maximum returns. Entrepreneurs will find it useful as it guides understanding about where investments should go based on the current status of bio-projects in South Africa and selected countries. The key drivers for Waste-to-Profit activities include raising environmental awareness, policies, and regulations in places throughout selected countries, including South Africa. This book highlights current policies and regulations to fast track the development of new technologies for bio-projects in these countries. It also presents recent research and developments that will help researchers, students and academics fast track their own research and development to produce new technologies quickly. Opportunities, barriers, and policy implications are also discussed extensively. This book will also help municipalities in different countries develop strategies for their waste streams with a variety of value-added products such as Biofuels, Bioplastics, and Biobricks, to mention a few. (Nova)

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Table of Contents:

Chapter 1. From Waste to Biogas: Current Status, Opportunities, Barriers and Policy Implications (pp. 1-18)
(Sarah G. Mungodla, Linda Z. Linganiso, Ella C. Linganiso, Tshwafo E. Motaung and Sandile Songca)

Chapter 2. Transforming Construction and Demolition Wastes into Aggregates in Concrete Materials (pp. 19-38)
(Samson Mohomane, Linda Z. Linganiso, Ella C. Linganiso, Tshwafo E. Motaung and Sandile P. Songca)

Chapter 3. Deriving Luminescent Materials from Sea Shell Waste (pp. 39-60)
(Luyanda L. Notoa, Sefako J. Mofokenga, Nolufundo Sintwaa, Mokgaotsa J. Mochaneb, Bakang M. Mothudia)

Chapter 4. From Garbage to High Temperature Applications: Fly Ash and Eggshells (pp. 61-82)
(Mokgaotsa J. Mochane, Teboho C. Makhena, Luyanda L. Noto and Tshwafo E. Motaung)

Chapter 5. Organic Waste Converted into Energy Producing and Storing Systems (pp. 83-106)
(Fokotsa V. Molefea, Luyanda L. Notoa, Mduduzi Mbongoa, Mokgaotsa J. Mochaneb and Mokhotjwa S. Dhlamini)

Chapter 6. Maize Stalk (Corn Stover) to Valuable Products (pp. 107-134)
(Asanda Mtibe, Thabang H. Mokhothu and Linda Z. Linganiso)

Chapter 7. Softwood and Hardwood to Manufacturing Production (pp. 135-158)
(Linda Z. Linganiso, Amanda Phungula, Ella C. Linganiso, Asanda Mtibe and Tshwafo E. Motaung)

Chapter 8. Recycling of Plastic Materials (pp. 159-180)
(Teboho C. Mokhena and Mokgaotsa J. Mochane)

Chapter 9. The Application of Fly Ash as Industrial Waste Material in Building Construction Industries (pp. 181-202)
(Samson Mohomane, Linda Z. Linganiso, Ella C. Linganiso, Tshwafo E. Motaung and Sandile P. Songca)

Chapter 10. Bioplastics: From the Landfill to the Market (pp. 203-226)
(Osei Ofosu, Sudhakar Muniyasamy, Amanda Phungula, Linda Z. Linganiso, Rajesh Anandjiwala and Tshwafo E. Motaung)

Chapter 11. Transforming Fishery Waste into Chitin and Chitin Based Materials (pp. 227-250)
(Teboho C. Mokhena and Mokgaotsa J. Mochane)

Chapter 12. Biogas Production from Maize Crop and Maize Wastes (pp. 251-274)
(Linda Z. Linganiso, Amanda Phungula, Tshwafo E. Motaung and Sandile P. Songca)

Chapter 13. Waste Brick Applications (pp. 275-292)
(Tshwafo E. Motaung, Amanda Phungula and Linda Z. Linganiso)

Chapter 14. Sugarcane Bagasse Waste Management (pp. 293-302)
(Zimele Mzimela, M. J. Mochane and Tshwafo E. Motaung)

Chapter 15. Polymer/Ground Tire Rubber Blends as an Alternative for Waste Tire Management (pp. 303-320)
(Mokgaotsa J. Mochane, Tebogo C. Mokhena, Luyanda L. Noto and Tshwafo E. Motaung)

About the Editor (pp. 321-322)

Index (pp. 323)

Total Pages: 342

      Environmental Remediation Technologies, Regulations and Safety
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2018 - March
   ISBN: 978-1-53613-235-9
   Status: AV
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