From Food Waste to Fuel Cell 食物渣工程. ST. PAUL’S CO-EDUCATIONAL COLLEGE, HK 5A Choi Wai Tak 5A Lo Ho Wen 5A Pang Wai Ching Eunice 5B Li Lok Hin 5F Wong Tin Wan . Content. Background information Objective Significance Experiment: Preparation of ethanol (3 steps)
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ST. PAUL’S CO-EDUCATIONAL COLLEGE, HK
5A Choi WaiTak
5A Lo Ho Wen
5A Pang WaiChing Eunice
5B Li LokHin
5F Wong Tin Wan
Hong Kong has a high carbon emission per capita (5.5 metric tonnes)
landfills in Hong Kong will be depleted very soon
ok so… what should we do?
Make use of food waste to produce ethanol which powers fuel cells
reduce carbon emission + save landfills!!
Considerations when selecting food waste samples:
Anaerobic fermentation pathway
A.) Comparing the amount of ethanol obtained from
different kinds of food waste