The "Growth Opportunities in Rare Earth Metal Recovery, Renewable Fuels, and Algae-based Bio-plastics" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
This edition of the Industrial Bioprocessing Technology Opportunity Engine (TOE) features information on the utilization of bio-informatics and synthetic biology for the production of opioids that have medicinal properties, and the use of biomass as feedstock for the generation of bio-diesel.
The TOE also features production of renewable jet fuel with reduced greenhouse gas emissions and the use of plant-based ingredients for production of household and personal care products. The TOE focuses on innovations associated with the manufacture of bio-based plastics from algal biomass and also the use of micro-algae for cost-effective wastewater treatment.
The TOE also provides intelligence on the use of efficient technologies based on leaching, ion-exchange separation, and electro-dissolution for the recovery of rare earth metals from electronic waste. The TOE additionally provides insights on the use of cost-effective technologies for recovery of indium, gallium, and germanium from end of life electronic waste.
The Industrial Bioprocessing TOE provides intelligence on technologies, processes and strategic insights of industries involving bioprocessing, including innovations in the development and production of chemicals, pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals, alternative fuels, chemical feedstocks, food and beverages, and consumer products.
Key Topics Covered:
Yeast-based Technology for Producing Medicinal Opioids
Wide Range of Use Across Different Indications
Novel Natural Solution for Replacing Traditional Diesel
Cost-effective Fuel that Enables Greener and More Sustainable Environment
Renewable Jet Fuel with Reduced Green Gas Emissions
Growth Opportunity: Renewable Jet Fuel Compatible with Existing Aircraft Engines Eases Adoption
Household and Personal Care Products Made of Plant-based Products
Growth Opportunity: Ecofriendly and Safe Cleaning Products
Cost-effective Recovery of Germanium and Indium from Sulfuric Acid-based Leaching Processes
The Leaching Processes Can also be Used to Recover Copper, Lead, Tin, and Zinc at a Higher Recovery Rate
Efficient Recovery of Gallium by the Utilization of Leaching and Ion-exchange Separation Processes
Recovery of Arsenide During Gallium Recovery also Ensured Less Negative Impacts on the Environment
Utilization of Waelz Process for the Efficient Recovery of Zinc and Rare Earth Metals
Extracting Zinc from Waste Materials Through Waelz Processes Reduces the Consumption of Fossil Fuels Required for Zinc Extraction
Bio-based Plastics from Algae Biomass
Growth Opportunities: Bio-based Polymers for Wide Range of Applications
Battery Recycling via Electro-dissolution and Alkali Leaching Enabling Growth in E-mobility
Enabling Recovery of High Purity Gallium and Indium
Battery Recycling via Mechanical Separation, Smelting, and Purification Enabling Growth in Metal Recovery
Technological Advancements in Battery Recycling Enabling Green Supply Chain for EVs
Bio-materials for Indium Recovery Indicating High Growth Potential for Battery Recycling Application
Biomass-based Battery Recycling Enabling Circular Economy
Wastewater Treatment Technology Utilizing Micro-algae
Growth Opportunities: Treated Wastewater for Power Generation
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