Wednesday, January 19 • 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Producing Bio-Ethanol from Fruit Peels

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Currently, the world is consuming nonrenewable resources such as fossil fuels at a higher rate than it can be produced. This is degrading the environment, therefore; biodegradable wastes such as fruit peels are essential to be converted to ethanol in order to produce an alternative fuel. In this research, fruit peels will be broken down into sugar and then placed through the fermentation process to test for its ability to produce ethanol. Ethanol may be produced from fruit peels after fermentation. This research is conducted due to need for the development of feasible fuels in a cleaner and more cost effective manner. Discarded fruit peels are abundant thus providing clean, cheap fuel for the world. Through this study, potential biodegradable fuel can be produced.


Wednesday January 19, 2011 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Glass Oaks Main Floor - Side Wing

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