Cassava wastes: treatment options and value addition alternatives

@inproceedings{Ubalua2007CassavaWT,
  title={Cassava wastes: treatment options and value addition alternatives},
  author={Alfred O. Ubalua},
  year={2007}
}
Value addition of cassava and cassava wastes is necessitated by rapid post-harvest spoilage, deterioration, low protein content and environmental pollution caused by the effluent and the other associated wastes that poses aesthetic nuisance. Biogas plants of all sizes and varying levels of technical sophistication not only recover the energy contained in cassava wastes but also eliminate most of the animal and human health problems associated with contamination. Studies have shown the technical… CONTINUE READING

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