Sustainable Management Of Floral Waste To Produce Bioenergy And Valuable Products – A Review

ATAL, HEERA LAL

Abstract

India is one of the foremost religious nation from all religious places, an outsized number of flower waste is generated and it's improperly dumped in open places or any water body like pond, lake, and river. In those solid waste about 40-50% organic in nature and contributing to the environmental pollution (air, soil, and water) as well as human health also affected by this solid waste. In India, nearly 4.74 x 106t/day floral waste is released from different religious and social programmes after a single-use. This big quantity of floral waste may be controlled with the aid of using changing it into consumable cost brought items like herbal colors for silk and cotton products, perfumes, incense sticks, indoors ornamental items, composts, biogas, etc. Many investigators have developed eco-friendly bio-sorbents to get rid of heavy metals and toxic dyes by using flower petals from water sources.


Keyword(s)

Biofuel; Biogas; Bio Sorbents; Coloring Agents; Composting; Floral Waste Management


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