Chapter 13: Metallic Wastes into New Process Catalysts: Life Cycle and Environmental Benefits within Integrated Analyses Using Selected Case Histories

S. A. Archer, A. J. Murray, J. B. Omajali, M. Paterson-Beedle, B. K. Sharma, J. Wood, L. E. Macaskie

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Abstract

For new technologies to become market competitors, they must operate substantially cheaper than their competitors or achieve outcomes that are difficult by current methods. Classical life cycle analysis (LCA) focuses on salient ecological impacts but bypasses key economic aspects and does not assign quantifiable benefits. This chapter factors in the benefits of environmental protection, reduced CO2 emissions, and the environmental impacts of oil extraction and fuel production using a well-to-gate (also known as cradle-to-gate) LCA, as well as the economics involving the mitigation of landfill gate fees for waste resources and social cost of carbon. The case histories evaluated involve catalysts bio-refined from wastes for application in cleaner extraction, upgrading, and processing of heavy fossil and pyrolysis bio-oils and comparisons to their commercial counterparts. Each case history material was analysed with a commercial catalyst and a bio-catalyst assessed as an alternative based on oil ratios (%eq. of g: g). Pyrolysis bio-oils from waste wood and algal sources were found to be upgradable successfully using both catalysts. They produce carbon-neutral fuels because of carbon sequestration during photosynthetic biomass growth, and the bacterial components supporting the catalyst become assimilated into the fuel.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationFlow Chemistry
Subtitle of host publicationIntegrated Approaches for Practical Applications
EditorsLynne E. Macaskie, Devin J. Sapsford, Will M. Mayes
PublisherRoyal Society of Chemistry
Pages315-342
Number of pages28
Edition63
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1 2020

Publication series

NameRSC Green Chemistry
Number63
Volume2020-January
ISSN (Print)1757-7039
ISSN (Electronic)1757-7047

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Life Cycle Stages
Life cycle
Oils
life cycle
catalyst
Catalysts
history
life cycle analysis
Carbon
pyrolysis
Carbon Sequestration
Economics
oil
Waste Disposal Facilities
Pyrolysis
Fees and Charges
Conservation of Natural Resources
Wood wastes
Biomass
carbon

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Biochemistry
  • Environmental Chemistry
  • Pollution
  • Management, Monitoring, Policy and Law

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Archer, S. A., Murray, A. J., Omajali, J. B., Paterson-Beedle, M., Sharma, B. K., Wood, J., & Macaskie, L. E. (2020). Chapter 13: Metallic Wastes into New Process Catalysts: Life Cycle and Environmental Benefits within Integrated Analyses Using Selected Case Histories. In L. E. Macaskie, D. J. Sapsford, & W. M. Mayes (Eds.), Flow Chemistry: Integrated Approaches for Practical Applications (63 ed., pp. 315-342). (RSC Green Chemistry; Vol. 2020-January, No. 63). Royal Society of Chemistry. https://doi.org/10.1039/9781788016353-00315

Chapter 13 : Metallic Wastes into New Process Catalysts: Life Cycle and Environmental Benefits within Integrated Analyses Using Selected Case Histories. / Archer, S. A.; Murray, A. J.; Omajali, J. B.; Paterson-Beedle, M.; Sharma, B. K.; Wood, J.; Macaskie, L. E.

Flow Chemistry: Integrated Approaches for Practical Applications. ed. / Lynne E. Macaskie; Devin J. Sapsford; Will M. Mayes. 63. ed. Royal Society of Chemistry, 2020. p. 315-342 (RSC Green Chemistry; Vol. 2020-January, No. 63).

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Archer, SA, Murray, AJ, Omajali, JB, Paterson-Beedle, M, Sharma, BK, Wood, J & Macaskie, LE 2020, Chapter 13: Metallic Wastes into New Process Catalysts: Life Cycle and Environmental Benefits within Integrated Analyses Using Selected Case Histories. in LE Macaskie, DJ Sapsford & WM Mayes (eds), Flow Chemistry: Integrated Approaches for Practical Applications. 63 edn, RSC Green Chemistry, no. 63, vol. 2020-January, Royal Society of Chemistry, pp. 315-342. https://doi.org/10.1039/9781788016353-00315
Archer SA, Murray AJ, Omajali JB, Paterson-Beedle M, Sharma BK, Wood J et al. Chapter 13: Metallic Wastes into New Process Catalysts: Life Cycle and Environmental Benefits within Integrated Analyses Using Selected Case Histories. In Macaskie LE, Sapsford DJ, Mayes WM, editors, Flow Chemistry: Integrated Approaches for Practical Applications. 63 ed. Royal Society of Chemistry. 2020. p. 315-342. (RSC Green Chemistry; 63). https://doi.org/10.1039/9781788016353-00315
Archer, S. A. ; Murray, A. J. ; Omajali, J. B. ; Paterson-Beedle, M. ; Sharma, B. K. ; Wood, J. ; Macaskie, L. E. / Chapter 13 : Metallic Wastes into New Process Catalysts: Life Cycle and Environmental Benefits within Integrated Analyses Using Selected Case Histories. Flow Chemistry: Integrated Approaches for Practical Applications. editor / Lynne E. Macaskie ; Devin J. Sapsford ; Will M. Mayes. 63. ed. Royal Society of Chemistry, 2020. pp. 315-342 (RSC Green Chemistry; 63).
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