Zero-waste palm oil industry on the horizon with new technology

Engineers from the Malaysia branch of Nottingham University have developed new processes to minimise waste from the palm oil industry. Malaysia is the world’s second-largest producer of palm oil, which is used in countless household products and foodstuffs. The country’s 400 odd mills produce massive amounts of waste including kernels and husks from pressed fruits, discarded […] The post New palm oil processing methods promise zero waste appeared first on The Engineer.

Zero-waste palm oil industry on the horizon with new technology

Engineers at the University of Nottingham Malaysia have developed new technology to help the global palm oil processing industry reduce CO2 emissions and create renewable energy from its waste.

Thu 17 May 18 from Phys.org

New palm oil processing methods promise zero waste

Engineers from the Malaysia branch of Nottingham University have developed new processes to minimise waste from the palm oil industry. Malaysia is the world’s second-largest producer of ...

Fri 18 May 18 from The Engineer

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