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“…Over the last decade, economic and environmental concerns have spurred increased interest in the use of crop residues as a renewable source of energy (Barros et al., 2020; Sharma et al., 2020). Although many crops are good candidates for biofuels (Battaglia, Fike, et al., 2019; Kumar, Lai, Battaglia, et al., 2019; Kumar, Lai, Kumar, et al., 2019; Von Cossel et al., 2019), residues from corn and wheat have received the greatest attention because of low cost and high availability (Battaglia et al., 2017; Battaglia, Groo, et al., 2018; U.S. Department of Energy, 2011).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Over the last decade, economic and environmental concerns have spurred increased interest in the use of crop residues as a renewable source of energy (Barros et al., 2020; Sharma et al., 2020). Although many crops are good candidates for biofuels (Battaglia, Fike, et al., 2019; Kumar, Lai, Battaglia, et al., 2019; Kumar, Lai, Kumar, et al., 2019; Von Cossel et al., 2019), residues from corn and wheat have received the greatest attention because of low cost and high availability (Battaglia et al., 2017; Battaglia, Groo, et al., 2018; U.S. Department of Energy, 2011).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This is related to the style of waste management. The concept reported above is internationally recognized as a circular approach for the recovery of matter, energy and economic value from waste [2][3][4][5][6]. Based on key literature studies, the Circular Economy can be defined as: a regenerative system in which resource input and waste, emission, and energy leakage are minimised by slowing, closing, and narrowing material and energy loops.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In the environment, the circular economy directly influences the exploitation and deterioration of the ecosystem, reducing little by little to a null point, the excessive consumption of synthetic materials, such as fertilizers, pesticides, fuel, and non-renewable electricity that generate significant damage by polluting the air, soil, and water [ 29 ]. Likewise, circular economy generates a reduction of residues in the food chain by improving productivity and technology applied in the transformation and regeneration processes of natural materials, making responsible use of soil, aquatic resources, and the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions [ 30 ].…”
Section: Circular Economymentioning
confidence: 99%