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Bioethanol Production from Cassava Mill Effluents Supplemented with Solid Agricultural Residues Using Bakers' Yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae)
Journal of Environmental Treatment Techniques
Nigeria is the leading cassava and fifth largest oil palm producer, accounting for 54 and 0.93 million metric tonnes respectively. As such during processing large wastes are generated including chaff, palm press fiber, palm kernel shell, empty fruit bunch (EFB) and palm oil mill effluents from oil palm and cassava peels and cassava mill effluents (CME). These wastes are discharged into the ecosystem without treatment where they cause attendant environmental impacts. This study evaluatedfatcat:3zoo4jl745dgbnxqrfrxwbdxva