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WASTE TO WEALTH: THE ROLE OF A MORDERN CHEMIST

Nnaoma I. E.*, Anyanwu O., Nnorom, C. M., Agbene B. R. and Osuchukwu C. O.

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The more advanced the community is, the greater the interruptions of the natural process of waste utilization thus waste abound in different forms, size, posing all kinds of hazard to human health and environment. The concept of waste to wealth literally means moving waste from a platform of exhausted utility to valuable and desirable levels. This means that not all wastes are potentially of secondary benefits. Waste can be treated or recycled by converting or reforming the material that would otherwise be considered as waste into another useful product. Waste are all things we consider as unfit, unwanted and discarded due to economic reasons or ignorance of alternative technologies to sense them. It can also be seen as a solid, liquid or thing that is discarded as useless but has potentials of causing death or illness if improperly treated, stored, transported or discarded. Research in biological science and chemistry has revealed that industrial process in chemistry and petro chemistry could play a role in developing solutions to environmental problems such as waste management. The waste management establish that there is no waste that does not possess some level of chemical properties in them i.e. Having different types and forms of chemicals for example, waste bakery is converted into chemicals such as succinic acid or biodegradable polymers (e.g. polyhydroxybutyrale, PHB by simply selecting adequate microbial strains in fermentation processes and higher alcohols including butanol, isobutanol and derivatives are produced from glucose and sugar derived from residues by using bioengineered Escherchicoli bacteria.

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