Biorefinery in the peruvian shrimp industry, circular economy and state-academy-enteprise cooperation

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Abstract

Biorefineries are the materialization of the industrial metabolism aimed to sustainability. Recycling, closed material cycles and copying the nature optimizes the use of materials, while avoiding an unnecessary expansion of the economic activities toward the surrounding ecosystems,the Triple Helix Model for innovation, where government, industry and academia are bound together producing knowledge-based economic development. Here we present one example of the Peruvian experience towards the development of a first generation shrimp waste biorefinery for the production of feed protein, chitin based seed covers and the astaxanthin carotenoid.
Translated title of the contributionBiorefinery in the peruvian shrimp industry, circular economy and state-academy-enteprise cooperation
Original languageSpanish (Mexico)
Title of host publicationEl Poder de la Sustentabilidad
Place of PublicationGuadalajara, Jalisco
PublisherUniversidad de Guadalajara
Pages193-204
Number of pages12
EditionFirst
ISBN (Print)978-607-571-144-7
StatePublished - Apr 2021

Keywords

  • Circular economy
  • shrimp
  • protein
  • chitin
  • astaxhantin

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