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Utilisation/upgrading of orange peel waste from a biological biorefinery perspective

  • I. de la Torre
  • V. Martin-Dominguez
  • M. G. Acedos
  • J. Esteban
  • V. E. Santos
  • M. LaderoEmail author
Mini-Review

Abstract

Orange peel waste (OPW) (peels, pulp and seeds) is an underutilised residue coming from the orange juice industry. Its classical applications are cattle feeding and composting, while they cannot ensure a total use of OPW, so landfilling is also common practice. On the other side, OPW is very rich in sugars, polysaccharides, essential oils and polyphenols, so there is a vast literature focused on the development and optimization of technologies and processes to several products from OPW. In this review, papers on OPW-based bioprocesses are visited, discovering a wide landscape that goes from the composting and biogas processes on detoxified OPW (deoiled) to bioprocesses to bioethanol, chemicals, flavours and polymers. All these processes are prone to integration within the 2nd-generation biorefinery framework.

Keywords

Orange peel waste Bioprocess Biorefinery Chemicals Energy vectors 

Notes

Funding

The authors gratefully acknowledge the funding provided by MINECO through contracts (CTQ2013-45970-C2-1-R and PCIN-2013-021-C02-01).

Compliance with ethical standards

Conflict of interest

The authors declare that they have no conflict of interest.

This article does not contain any studies with human participants or animals performed by any of the authors.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Materials and Chemical Engineering Department, Chemical Sciences SchoolComplutense University of MadridMadridSpain
  2. 2.Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energy ConversionMülheim an der RuhrGermany

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