Biotechniques for Air Pollution Control & Bioenergypar : Luc Malhautier
The fifth International Conference on Biotechniques for Air Pollution Control and Bioenergy, held in the city of Nîmes (France) on 11-13 September […]
The fifth International Conference on Biotechniques for Air Pollution Control and Bioenergy, held in the city of Nîmes (France) on 11-13 September 2013, aims to overview recent scientific advances and technological discoveries which led to the development of improved operating strategies and novel bioreactors configurations for the removal of volatile pollutants with high efficiencies and reduction of malodorous nuisance.
With respect to the energy sector, sustainable gas treatment concepts have rapidly been developed through, for example, the conversion of waste gas emissions into cleaner (bio)fuels which can thus be obtained from cheaper sources than fossil fuels. Additional aspects are considered as well, among which the production or/and recovery of compounds and by-products from the waste gas streams.
The fifth International Conference on Biotechniques for Air pollution Control and Bioenergy provides a good opportunity for a diverse community of specialized researchers, PhD students and professionals to share information on recent advances in the use of bioprocesses and bioenergy for solving air pollution problems.
Editeur: Presses des Mines
Date de publication: 2013/10
Nombre de pages: 376