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Upcycling and Recycling Potential of Selected Lignocellulosic Waste Biomass


This research aimed to confirm the ability to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by novel composite production using plantation waste on the example of lignocellulosic particles of black chokeberry (Aronia melanocarpa (Michx.) Elliott) and raspberry (Rubus idaeus L.). Furthermore, to characterize the particles produced by re-milled particleboards made of the above-mentioned alternative raw materials in the light of further recycling. As part of the research, particleboards from wooden black chokeberry and raspberry were produced in laboratory conditions, and select mechanical and physical properties were examined. In addition, the characterization of raw materials (particles) on the different processing stages was determined, and the fraction share and shape of particles after re-milling of the produced panels was provided. The tests confirmed the possibility of producing particleboards from the raw materials used; however, in the case of boards with raspberry lignocellulose particles, their share cannot exceed 50% so as to comply with the European standards regarding bending strength criterion. In addition, the further utilization of chips made of re-milled panels can be limited due to the significantly different shape and fraction share of achieved particles
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hal-03508907 , version 1 (03-01-2022)



Anita Wronka, Eduardo Robles, Grzegorz Kowaluk. Upcycling and Recycling Potential of Selected Lignocellulosic Waste Biomass. Materials, 2021, 14 (24), pp.7718. ⟨10.3390/ma14247772⟩. ⟨hal-03508907⟩
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