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Enzymatic hydrolysis of pretreated waste paper – Source of raw material for production of liquid biofuels

BRUMMER, V. JUŘENA, T. HLAVÁČEK, V. OMELKOVÁ, J. BÉBAR, L. GABRIEL, P. STEHLÍK, P.

Original Title

Enzymatic hydrolysis of pretreated waste paper – Source of raw material for production of liquid biofuels

English Title

Enzymatic hydrolysis of pretreated waste paper – Source of raw material for production of liquid biofuels

Type

journal article in Web of Science

Language

en

Original Abstract

Enzymatic hydrolysis of waste paper is becoming a perspective way to obtain raw material for production of liquid biofuels. Reducing sugars solutions that arise from the process of saccharification are a precursors for following or simultaneous fermentation to ethanol. Different types of waste paper were evaluated, in terms of composition and usability, in order to select the appropriate type of the waste paper for the enzymatic hydrolysis process. Novozymes enzymes NS50013 and NS50010 were used in a laboratory scale trials. Technological conditions, which seem to be the most suitable for hydrolysis after testing on cellulose pulp and filter paper, were applied to hydrolysis of widely available waste papers – offset paper, cardboard, recycled paper in two qualities, matte MYsol offset paper and for comparison again on model materials. The highest yields were achieved for the cardboard, which was further tested using various pretreatment combinations in purpose of increasing the hydrolysis yields.

English abstract

Enzymatic hydrolysis of waste paper is becoming a perspective way to obtain raw material for production of liquid biofuels. Reducing sugars solutions that arise from the process of saccharification are a precursors for following or simultaneous fermentation to ethanol. Different types of waste paper were evaluated, in terms of composition and usability, in order to select the appropriate type of the waste paper for the enzymatic hydrolysis process. Novozymes enzymes NS50013 and NS50010 were used in a laboratory scale trials. Technological conditions, which seem to be the most suitable for hydrolysis after testing on cellulose pulp and filter paper, were applied to hydrolysis of widely available waste papers – offset paper, cardboard, recycled paper in two qualities, matte MYsol offset paper and for comparison again on model materials. The highest yields were achieved for the cardboard, which was further tested using various pretreatment combinations in purpose of increasing the hydrolysis yields.

Keywords

Enzymatic hydrolysis, bioethanol, waste paper, Novozymes, pretreatment

RIV year

2014

Released

01.01.2014

Publisher

Elsevier Ltd.

Pages from

543

Pages to

547

Pages count

5

URL

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BibTex


@article{BUT105388,
  author="Vladimír {Brummer} and Tomáš {Juřena} and Viliam {Hlaváček} and Jiřina {Omelková} and Ladislav {Bébar} and Petr {Gabriel} and Petr {Stehlík}",
  title="Enzymatic hydrolysis of pretreated waste paper – Source of raw material for production of liquid biofuels",
  annote="Enzymatic hydrolysis of waste paper is becoming a perspective way to obtain raw material for production
of liquid biofuels. Reducing sugars solutions that arise from the process of saccharification are a precursors
for following or simultaneous fermentation to ethanol. Different types of waste paper were evaluated,
in terms of composition and usability, in order to select the appropriate type of the waste paper
for the enzymatic hydrolysis process. Novozymes enzymes NS50013 and NS50010 were used in a laboratory
scale trials. Technological conditions, which seem to be the most suitable for hydrolysis after testing
on cellulose pulp and filter paper, were applied to hydrolysis of widely available waste papers – offset
paper, cardboard, recycled paper in two qualities, matte MYsol offset paper and for comparison again on
model materials. The highest yields were achieved for the cardboard, which was further tested using various
pretreatment combinations in purpose of increasing the hydrolysis yields.",
  address="Elsevier Ltd.",
  chapter="105388",
  doi="10.1016/j.biortech.2013.11.030",
  institution="Elsevier Ltd.",
  number="152",
  volume="2014",
  year="2014",
  month="january",
  pages="543--547",
  publisher="Elsevier Ltd.",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}