Bioresour Technol. 2022 May 8:127289. doi: 10.1016/j.biortech.2022.127289. Online ahead of print.


In line with the emerging circular bioeconomy paradigm, the present study investigated the valorisation of abundant hemp biomass residues (HBRs) such as hurds (HH) and a mix of leaves and inflorescences (Mix), and other organic wastes (i.e., cheese whey and grape pomace) through the volatile fatty acid (VFA) production in mono- and co-acidogenic fermentation. The highest VFA yields, measured as acetic acid (HAc) per unit of volatile solids (VS), were obtained with the untreated Mix in mono-fermentation (185±57 mg HAc/g VS) and with the combination of Mix and CW in co-fermentation (651±65 mg HAc/g VS), while the highest HAc percentage reached up to 94% of total VFAs. Finally, a preliminary techno-economic evaluation revealed that the mono-fermentation of alkali pretreated HH could lead to the highest revenues among HBRs, reaching up to 710-1810, 618-1577 and 766-3722 €/ha∙year for the production of HAc, single cell protein and polyhydroxybutyrates, respectively.

PMID:35545211 | DOI:10.1016/j.biortech.2022.127289

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