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Nanomaterials: An Upcoming Fortune to Waste Recycling

  • Mugdha Rao
  • Anal K. Jha
  • Kamal Prasad
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Part of the Nanotechnology in the Life Sciences book series (NALIS)

Abstract

Towards an inclination to recycle waste, the chapter articulates on the prevailing performance of nanotechnology in waste pursuit. The classification of waste, multifold waste management techniques, nanotechnology role in waste management followed up by waste conversion to valuable products, finishing with the application of the nanomaterial procured from waste have been confabulated. The chapter categorizes nanomaterial fabrication from garbage, combustible waste, ash, pharmaceutical waste, agricultural waste, and microbial biomass which in turn imparts reduced possession on conventional method of waste conversion to valuable products. Significant research attempt on nanoconversions from waste are still performed at laboratory scale. Although nanotechnology proved to be an upcoming potential technique in waste conversion to valuable products but in real picture, the technologies will worth more if it combats inadequacy in scale up of waste mediated nanoconversion.

Keywords

Nanomaterials Waste recycling Waste management Nanophotocatalyst Environmental pollutants Combustible waste Pharmaceutical waste Waste microorganisms 

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  • Mugdha Rao
    • 1
  • Anal K. Jha
    • 1
  • Kamal Prasad
    • 2
  1. 1.Aryabhatta Centre for Nanoscience and NanotechnologyAryabhatta Knowledge UniversityPatnaIndia
  2. 2.Department of PhysicsTilka Manjhi Bhagalpur UniversityBhagalpurIndia

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