Coupling phytoremediation and biofuel production by using sea buckthorn

Alternative and non-conventional energy sources
Proceedings of the 2nd International Scientific Conference «Chemical Technology and Engineering»: June 24–28, 2019, Lviv: Lviv Polytechnic National University, 2018, pp. 303–304

Authors

First and Last Name Academic degree E-mail Affiliation
Lesya Shevchyk Ph.D. andriykostyuk [at] ukr.net Department of Physical Chemistry of Fossil Fuels of the Institute of Physical–Organic Chemistry and Coal Chemistry named after L. M. Lytvynenko of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
Lviv, Ukraine
Olga Romaniuk Ph.D. romaniuk [at] ua.fm Department of Physical Chemistry of Fossil Fuels of the Institute of Physical–Organic Chemistry and Coal Chemistry named after L. M. Lytvynenko of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
Lviv, Ukraine

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Abstract

In this paper сoupling phytoremediation and biofuel production by using Sea buckthornis given. Sea buckthorn brings many environmental benefits, including soil and water conservation, desertification control, land reclamation, erosion and water loss control, and the establishment of wild life habitats especially in fragile ecosystem due to its extensive root system coupled with efficient nitrogen fixation. Sea buckthorn has proved to be a popular green energy plant because of its quality biomass. It is a good source of firewood. The usage of Sea buckthorn oil is an effective biodiesel over other bio diesels formed from other vegetable oils. 

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