Fadhallah, Esa Ghanim and Juwita, Nana and Eksamayora, Septin and Prayoga, Rian Adi and Assa'diyah, Indah Nurul (2021) Potential Of Cassava Peel Waste And Seaweed Carrageenan (Eucheuma Cottonii) As Eco-Friendly Food Packaging (BIOPLASTIC) : A Review. LPPM Universitas Lampung. (In Press)

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Abstract

Plastic waste continues to increase every year along with the increasing number of industries and population. Plastic waste has a negative impact on the environment due to its difficulties to decompose and can cause some environmental problems such as lower soil fertility, air pollution, the effects of global warming because it produces CO2 and HCN gas when burned. An alternative to this problem is to make eco-friendly plastics or bioplastics that are easily decomposed by the soil and are made from renewable materials. This study aims to explore bioplastics produced from cassava peels as food industry waste and seaweed carrageenan (Eucheuma cottonii). The method used was an effective literature review. The cassava peel waste and carrageenan have the potential to be made into bioplastics because they contain one type of polysaccharide that can make films based on the principle of gelatinization. The development of bioplastics from cassava peel waste and seaweed carrageenan potentially being able to solve two problems indirectly, such as reducing plastic waste which has many negative impacts as well as being able to utilize cassava peel waste from the industry and maximize the potential of seaweed which is abundant in Indonesia, to promoting the environmental sustainability.

Item Type: Other
Subjects: S Agriculture > S Agriculture (General)
Divisions: Fakultas Pertanian (FP) > Prodi Teknologi Hasil Pertanian
Depositing User: Esa Ghanim Fadhallah
Date Deposited: 17 Sep 2021 03:43
Last Modified: 17 Sep 2021 03:43
URI: http://repository.lppm.unila.ac.id/id/eprint/33951

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