Akshay M N,Anand V,Abhilash S,Deepak G,Prashant Shrivastava,



Graphene,Waste,Bio precursors,Biomass,Glucose,Rice husk,Hemp,


In this present study, we have discussed the different types of waste materials from different industries like mechanical, electrical, electronics, automobiles, medical and agriculture industries. Moreover, industrial waste is one of the biggest problems in INDIA. Thereafter, the waste management process is required to recycle waste materials. The main problem is in the recycling process is to higher cost and time-consuming. The main aim of this study to identify the biomass converted material like pyrolysis of biomass, biomass-waste, gasification of harmful gases, carbon-based supercapacitor, silica, macadamia shell waste, lithium Sulphur battery and rise husk etc. from the different industries and try to convert that materials into a useful materials by using different types of conversion approaches. There are different types of conversion techniques are available like CVD, hydrothermal process, Thermolysis, Pyrolysis, combustion, and chemical treatments. However, this process applied on the basis of types of waste material. Moreover, in this study, we have discussed the different types of biomass converted waste materials and their conversion approaches.


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