Research Over the last years, the number of published studies dealing with the valorization of processing by-products has been rapidly increased. Skip to content. Yearly Archives: Articles By CGalanakis 11 May To conclude, the selection of the most suitable valorization strategy depends on the social, agricultural, or industrial environment of the olive oil pro- duction plants, but more importantly to the long-term sustainability of the provided solution.
Detrimental effects of olive mill wastewater on the composting process of agricultural wastes. Waste Manag. Adhoum, N. Decolourization and removal of phenolic compounds from olive mill wastewater by electrocoagulation. Akdemir, E. Application of a statistical technique for olive oil mill wastewater treatment using ultrafiltration process.
Aktas, E. Characterization and lime treatment of olive mill wastewater. Water Res. Aliakbarian, B. Optimisation of olive oil extraction by means of enzyme processing aids using response surface methodology. The effect of citric acid on the phenolic contents of olive oil. Food Chem. Altieri, G. Food Eng. Olive oil quality improvement using a natural sedimentation plant at industrial scale. Innovative plant for the separation of high quality virgin olive oil VOO at industrial scale.
Amirante, P. Prove sperimentali di estrazione di oli da olive snocciolate experimental tests of olive oil extraction from depitted olives. OliVe Olio 6, 16— Advance technology in virgin olive oil production from traditional and de-stoned pastes: influence of the introduction of a heat exchanger on oil quality. Asses, N. Use of Geotrichum candidum for olive mill wastewater treatment in submerged and static culture.
Avraamides, M. Resource consumption and emissions from olive oil production: a life cycle inventory case study in Cyprus. Ayoub, S. Effect of olive mill wastewater land- spreading on soil properties, olive tree performance and oil quality. Azabou, S. A compact process for the treatment of olive mill wastewater by combining wet hydrogen peroxide catalytic oxidation and biological techniques.
Azbar, N. Enhancement of biogas production from olive mill effluent OME by co-digestion. Biomass Bioenerg. Improvement in anaerobic degradation of olive mill effluent OME by chemical pretreatment using batch systems. Biodegradation performance of an anaerobic hybrid reactor treating olive mill effluent under various organic loading rates. Baiano, A. Changes produced in extra-virgin olive oils from cv. Coratina during a prolonged storage treatment.
Czech J. Food Sci. Belaqziz, M. Agronomic application of olive mill wastewater: effects on maize production and soil properties. Ben Mansour, A. Comparative study on volatile compounds, fatty acids, squalene and quality parameters from whole fruit, pulp and seed oils of two tunisian olive cultivars using chemometrics.
Lipid Sci. Ben Sassi, A. A comparison of olive oil mill wastewaters OMW from three different processes in Morocco.
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The phytotoxicity potential of olive processing waste on selected weeds and crop plants. Phytoparasitica 38 3 , — Brenes, M. Olive glutaraldehyde-like compounds against plant pathogenic bacteria and fungi. Bressan, M. Improved combined chemical and biological treatments of olive oil mill wastewaters.
Caponio, F. First and second centrifugation of olive paste: Influence of talc addition on yield, chemical composition and volatile compounds of the oils. LWT Food Sci. Has the use of talc an effect on yield and extra virgin olive oil quality? Food Agric. Caputo, A. Disposal of by-products in olive oil industry: waste-to-energy solutions.
Catalano, P. Productive efficiency of decanters with short and variable dynamic pressure cones. Catania, P. An oxygen monitoring and control system inside a malaxation machine to improve extra virgin olive oil quality. Effect of O2 control and monitoring on the nutraceutical properties of extra virgin olive oils. Potential of olive mill waste and compost as biobased pesticides against weeds, fungi and nematodes.
Science Total Environ. Chatzisymeon, E. Effect of key operating parameters on the non- catalytic wet oxidation of olive mill wastewaters. Water Sci. Determination of key operating conditions for the photocatalytic treatment of olive mill wastewaters. Today 1—2 , — Chiaiese, P. Engineered tobacco and microalgae secreting the fungal laccase POXA1b reduce phenol content in olive oil mill wastewater.
Enzyme Microb. Clodoveo, M. Malaxation: influence on virgin olive oil quality. Past, present and future—an overview. Trends Food Sci. Mechanical strategies to increase nutritional and sensory quality of virgin olive oil by modulating the endogenous enzyme activities. Food Saf. Dalis, D. Anaerobic digestion of total raw olive- oil wastewater in a two-stage pilot-plant up-flow and fixed-bed bioreactors. Danellakis, D. Olive oil mill wastewater toxicity in the marine environment: alterations of stress indices in tissues of mussel Mytilus galloprovincialis.
Davies, L. Olive mill wastewater characteristics: modelling and statistical analysis. Grasas Aceites 55 3 , — De Faveri, D. Improvement of olive oil phenolics content by means of enzyme formulations: effect of different enzyme activities and levels. Biorefinery concepts in comparison to petrochemical refineries.
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Clay Sci. Debo, A. Efficacy of a hydroxytyrosol-rich preparation from olive mill wastewater for control of olive psyllid, Euphyllura olivina, infestations. Crop Prot. Del Caro, A. Influence of technology, storage and exposure on components of extra virgin olive oil Bosana cv from whole and de-stoned fruits. Demicheli, M.
Novel technologies for olive oil manufacturing and their incidence on the environment. Di Bene, C. Short- and long-term effects of olive mill wastewater land spreading on soil chemical and biological properties. Soil Biol. Disciglio, G. Effects of different methods to control the parasitic weed Phelipanche ramosa L.
Pomel in processing tomato crops. EC, European Union Commission, Council Regulation EC No. L , 4—7. Adaptation and population dynamics of Azotobacter vinelandii during aerobic biological treatment of olive-mill wastewater. FEMS Microbiol. El Hajjouji, H. Treatment of olive mill waste-water by aerobic biodegradation: an analytical study using gel permeation chromatography, ultraviolet-visible and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy. El-Abbassi, A. Treatment of olive mill wastewater by membrane distillation using polytetrafluoroethylene membranes.
Phenolic profile and antioxidant activities of olive mill wastewater. Integrated direct contact membrane distillation for olive mill wastewater treatment. Desalination , 31— Treatment of crude olive mill wastewaters by osmotic distillation and osmotic membrane distillation. Cloud point extraction of phenolic compounds from pretreated olive mill wastewater. Espinola, F. Comparative study of coadjuvants for extraction of olive oil. Food Res. Frascari, D. Olive mill wastewater valorisation through phenolic compounds adsorption in a continuous flow column.
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Recovery of high added-value components from food wastes: conventional, emerging technologies and commercialized applications. Emerging technologies for the production of nutraceuticals from agricultural by-products: a viewpoint of opportunities and challenges. Food Bioprod. Separation of functional macromolecules and micromolecules: from ultrafiltration to the border of nanofiltration. A study of the recovery of the dietary fibres from olive mill wastewater and the gelling ability of the soluble fibre fraction.
Clarification of high-added value products from olive mill wastewater. Dietary fiber suspensions from olive mill wastewater as potential fat replacements in meatballs. Recovery and preservation of phenols from olive waste in ethanolic extracts. The effect of heat processing on the functional properties of pectin contained in olive mill wastewater.
Recovery and fractionation of different phenolic classes from winery sludge using ultrafiltration. Separation and recovery of proteins and sugars from Halloumi cheese whey. C , — Georgacakis, D. Controlled anaerobic digestion of settled olive-oil waste-water. Ghimire, A. Dark fermentation of complex waste biomass for biohydrogen production by pretreated thermophilic anaerobic digestate. Correlation of fatty acid composition of virgin olive oil with thermal and physical properties. Gila, A.
Modeling the settling behavior in virgin olive oil from a horizontal screw solid bowl. Gimeno, E. Gortzi, O. Recovery of natural antioxidants from olive mill wastewater using Genapol-X Oil Chem. Goula, A. Guermazi, Z. Characterization of extra virgin olive oil obtained from whole and destoned fruits and optimization of oil extraction with a physical coadjuvant Talc using surface methodology.
Guerrini, L. Addition of a steel pre-filter to improve plate filter-press performance in olive oil filtration. Gursoy-Haksevenler, Hande, B. Global Warm. Hachicha, S. Elimination of polyphenols toxicity from olive mill wastewater sludge by its co-composting with sesame bark. Haddar, W. Optimization of an ecofriendly dyeing process using the wastewater of the olive oil industry as natural dyes for acrylic fibres.
Hamdi, M. Thermoacidic precipitation of darkly colored polyphenols of olive mill wastewaters.
Hamza, M. Valorisation of olive mill wastewater by enhancement of natural hydroxytyrosol recovery. Hanafi, F. Detoxification and discoloration of Moroccan olive mill wastewater by electrocoagulation. Javier Benitez, F. The use of ultrafiltration and nanofiltration membranes for the purification of cork processing wastewater. Jeguirim, M. A new valorisation strategy of olive mill wastewater: impregnation on sawdust and combustion. Influence of the malaxation time and olive ripening stage on oil quality and phenolic compounds of virgin olive oils. Kapellakis, I. Olive oil history, production and by-product management.
Kaplan, F. Degradations of model compounds representing some phenolics in olive mill wastewater via electro-Fenton and photoelectro-Fenton treatments. Karaouzas, I. Spatial and temporal effects of olive mill wastewaters to stream macroinvertebrates and aquatic ecosystems status. Karpouzas, D. Olive mill wastewater affects the structure of soil bacterial communities. Soil Ecol. Kestioglu, K.
Feasibility of physico-chemical treatment and advanced oxidation processes AOPs as a means of pretreatment of olive mill effluent OME. Optimization of anaerobic co-digestion of olive mill wastewater and liquid poultry manure in batch condition and semi-continuous jet-loop reactor. Kilic, M. Pilot-scale treatment of olive oil mill wastewater by physicochemical and advanced oxidation processes.
Kiritsakis, A. Effect of fruit storage conditions on olive oil quality. Kishikawa, A. Multiple biological effects of olive oil by-products such as leaves, stems, flowers, olive milled waste, fruit pulp, and seeds of the olive plant on skin. Principles of Power Engineering Analysis presents the basic tools required to understand the components in an electric power transmission system.
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