This book highlights the latest research on waste processing technologies, particularly for domestic, agricultural, and petroleum based pollutants, intended to achieve waste valorisation. In addition, it discusses the important role of plastic recycling, as well as advanced waste processing techniques.
Abu Zahrim Yaser is the Deputy Dean (Research and Innovation) of the Faculty of Engineering, Universiti Malaysia Sabah. Holding a Ph.D. from Swansea University, Dr. Zahrim has published 3 books, 11 book chapters and over 70 technical papers. He is an outstanding Reviewer for several high Impact Factor journals, a Visiting Scientist at the University of Hull, and an associate member of the Institutions of Chemical Engineers (UK).
Pilot scale study on the valorisation of kitchen waste
Conversion of dairy waste into valuable products by beta-galactosidase immobilized on nanofibre
Effect of lipase amount on the anaerobic digestion of food waste
Microbial degradation of hydrocarbon from petrochemical waste
Conversion of waste oil into grease and valuable product
Study on recycling plastic and crumb tire in brick making process
Biodegradable polymer waste management: A review
Advanced optimisation in waste processing technology
Anaerobic digestion modeling and optimisation
Using biofiltration for aquaculture wastewater treatment
Adsorption of hazardous materials using low cost adsorbents