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Title: Advances in Biofeedstocks and Biofuels
Other Titles: Volume 1: Biofeedstocks and Their Processing
Authors: Lalit Kumar Singh, Dr. 
Gaurav Chaudhary Dr. 
Keywords: Bioenergy, biofuel production, circular econosmy
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Scrivener Publishing LLC & Co-published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc
Abstract: This chapter reviews and applies the principle of the circular economy to recent advances in bioenergy production. Using Ecuador as a case study, we identify a set of production technologies for both biogas and biodiesel, that may interact in sustainable circular processes of production and by-product reuse. The main contribution of this chapter is in highlighting the synergies between different technologies of bioenergy production and waste reuse, as well as the technological requirements for implementation within a systemic approach. The example of a sustainable circular strategy in Ecuador illustrates how an integrated approach to food production, waste management and bioenergy generation can deliver multiple social, economic and environmental benefits.
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