Ali Hassnain Khichi has Several years of successful experience in Administration and Managing across Agriculture and Biofuel related crops and industries. He is a Capable leader, able to enhance Efficiency and raise Productivity. Results-oriented Director having as target the Evaluation and Establishment of Departments. Responsible for Communication Strategies and Information programs. Frequent publications of Activities and Events. Excellent in maintenance of Media Relations on behalf of Businesses and Large Organizations.
This paper is aimed to evaluate the impact of the biofuel industry as a rapidly growing industry on the sugar and sugar based food industry and compare it’s affect between the UK and Pakistan. These impacts will be looked at in term of evaluating the feed stock and analyzing the negative impacts of the biofuel industry on the sugar industry. Positive and negative effects of the biofuel industry on the UK and Pakistan sugar industry will be overlooked and compared along with methods and measures that can be taken for the reduction of the negative impact on these markets. rnAn economic model is used in order to evaluate the shift from sugar to bio-ethanol products in UK and Pakistan, its possibility, quality and quantity changes, and the comparison of the earlier mentioned and possible methods for reducing any negative effect on the sugar industry. rnCONCLUSIONSrnBiofuel industry is the next generation in producing alternative energy and raising the economics of countries. In this article we analyzed the impact of biofuel industry to UK and Pakistan sugar industry and economics and we came to the conclusion that it may impact both countries economics in a good way. UK has already started producing biofuel and earned a lot of money doing that along with giving jobs of its citizens. Pakistan as an agricultural country can be very successful in the biofuel business as they have a lot of hectares of land and are experienced in the agricultural business.rn
Chinmoy Patel has completed his graduation in the year 2016 at Gandhi Institute of\r\nEngineering and Technology, India and currently working as a Trainee Engineer in\r\nProduction Department. His open and contextual ideas create new pathways for improving\r\nthe recycling waste world which allows for ethical pluralism. His research helps to improve\r\nthe relation between the solar and recycling world and will helps to create a new innovation\r\nfor the renewable world.
Water is our life line that is very important\r\nfor living organisms. It provides the Earth\r\nwith the capacity of supporting life. Water\r\nis a transparent fluid. It is one of the\r\nweirdest compounds known to humans. It\r\nis a remarkable solvent, where almost all\r\nthe elements and compound can dissolve in\r\nits powerful molecular structure. Water is\r\nthe chemical substance with chemical\r\nformula H2O (one molecule of water has\r\ntwo hydrogen atoms covalently bonded to a\r\nsingle oxygen atom). The textile waste\r\nwater is collected and a sample of 1000 ml\r\nwaste water is taken to carry out the\r\nexperiment. In the sample of waste water,\r\nwe added 10 ml of hydrogen peroxide,\r\nwhich act as a decolorizing agent and pH is\r\nmaintained at 7 using acid (Sulfuric acid)\r\nand base (Sodium hydroxide). 1 gram of\r\nsteel scrap in a black pan was taken and\r\nwaste water solution was added to the pan\r\nand it was covered by glass slab and kept in\r\nthe sunlight for 30 minutes. After 30\r\nminutes decolorized of the solution is\r\nobserved and then the water is stirred at\r\n3000 rpm for 3 minutes so that it is fully\r\ndecolorized and this water can directly be\r\nused for irrigation purpose. This occurs due\r\nto the generation of hydroxyl radical (OH)\r\nduring the iron catalyzed decomposition of\r\nhydrogen peroxide in acid medium. After\r\nthe decolourization of the water it is passed\r\nthrough the industrial waste which is fly\r\nash. Passing the water from fly ash gives\r\npure water which can used for drinking.