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Environmental sustainability of phosphorus recycling from wastewater, manure and solid wastes
Phosphorus (P) is an important critical material essential for crops cultivation and animal husbandry. Effective phosphorous recycling is considered one of the most significant factors in alleviating its criticality. ...
An investigation of the environmental sustainability of palm biomass supply chains via dynamic simulation modeling: A case of Malaysia
With the ever-increasing need for clean and accessible energy sources, biomass has long been considered as a potential prospect. Malaysia is one of the leading suppliers and has the largest palm oil plantation in the world. ...
Rationality of using phosphorus primary and secondary sources in circular economy: Game-theory-based analysis
European Union (EU) faces serious disturbances in the supply of phosphorus. To tackle this problem, the Member States have started practicing the principles of circular economy in the management of phosphorus supply chain. ...
Water-energy nexus and greenhouse gas–sulfur oxides embodied emissions of biomass supply and production system: A large scale analysis using combined life cycle and dynamic simulation approach
The achievement of low or zero greenhouse gas and particulate matter emissions such as sulfur oxides, optimized water-energy nexus, and a well-protected environment are challenges that have become increasingly significant ...