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Utilization of Waste Straw and Husks from Rice Production: A Review

  • As a staple food for much of the world, rice production is widespread. However, it also results in the generation of large quantities of non-food biomass, primarily in the form of straw and husks. Although they have been little utilized and much rice straw is still simply burned, these lignocellulosic materials potentially have considerable values. This review considers the composition of rice straw and husks, the various processes involved in the production of valuable products, and a range of uses to which they can be put. These include agricultural amendments, energy production, environmental adsorbents, construction materials, and various speciality products.
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Utilization of Waste Straw and Husks from Rice Production: A Review

    Corresponding author: Bernard A. Goodman, bernard_a_goodman@yahoo.com
  • a School of Physical Science and Technology, Guangxi University, Nanning 530004, China;
  • b School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Guangxi University for Nationalities, Nanning 530008, China

Abstract: As a staple food for much of the world, rice production is widespread. However, it also results in the generation of large quantities of non-food biomass, primarily in the form of straw and husks. Although they have been little utilized and much rice straw is still simply burned, these lignocellulosic materials potentially have considerable values. This review considers the composition of rice straw and husks, the various processes involved in the production of valuable products, and a range of uses to which they can be put. These include agricultural amendments, energy production, environmental adsorbents, construction materials, and various speciality products.

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