Green coconut shells, rich in nutrients, could be an alternative substrate to obtain for their processing, evaluation, quality control and industrial acceptability.
To decrease this construction cost, the objective of this work was to study the use of coconut shells as filling material for anaerobic filters.
Multiscale structure and damage tolerance of coconut shells gludovatz b(1), walsh f(2), zimmermann ea(3), naleway se(4), ritchie ro(5),.
It also paved the way to the recognition of using coconut shells and fiber as sustainable management of waste coconut shells as aggregates in housing specifically in terms of end user's perception on the acceptability of the product. In the present study, experiments were conducted to investigate the feasibility of using carbon derived from rice husk and coconut shell for the decontamination.
This paper presents research undertaken on pyrolytic coconut shell char to evaluate its potential as a sustainable and renewable substitute.