What is it about?

Vinasse, which has been traditionally distributed on the agricultural soil as an organic fertilizer, is the main residue of the ethanol production. Its dosage has been annually rationed in function of the potassium balance for reuse in agriculture

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Why is it important?

Ethanol is an alternative fuel produced from sugarcane and economically very important for São Paulo state and Brazil

Perspectives

The main contributions are the reduction in the water content (concentration) and increase in the solid and the potassium content (13.8%). The study showed a payback value of 5.49 years.

Dr. José Antônio da Silva
UFSj

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This page is a summary of: Utilization of a new approach for the potassium concentration of sugarcane vinasse by reverse osmosis: case study, International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, January 2019, Springer Science + Business Media, DOI: 10.1007/s13762-019-02209-6.
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