NOVELTY – Producing bioethanol from orange pulp involves grinding orange pulp, and subjected to enzymatic hydrolysis by adding H protein extract of Xanthomonas axonopodis strain Xac 306 to yield first solid residue and liquid portion, and then fermenting liquid portion using co-cultures of commercial yeast, such as Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Candida parapsilosis strain IFM 48375 and NRRL Y-12969 to obtain fermentation product and second solid residue, and then distillation the fermentation product to obtain bioethanol. USE – Method for producing bioethanol from orange pulp for obtaining nanobiomaterial used for preparing food products, cosmetics, cleaning products, composite materials, paper and cardboard coating materials (claimed).
D16 (Fermentation industry – including fermentation equipment, brewing, yeast production, production of pharmaceuticals and other chemicals by fermentation, microbiology, production of vaccines and antibodies, cell and tissue culture and genetic engineering.); E17 (Other aliphatics.); F09 (Paper-making production of cellulose, chemical treatment of wood – including chipboard and fibre-board (D21).); D13 (Other foodstuffs and treatment – including preservation of food, milk, milk products, butter substitutes, edible oils and fats, non-alcoholic beverages, artificial sweeteners, food additives and animal feed (A23B-L).); D21 (Preparations for dental or toilet purposes – including filling alloys, compositions for dentures or dental impressions, anti-caries chewing gum, plaque disclosing compositions, toothpastes, cosmetics, shampoos, topical anti-sunburn compositions and toilet soaps (A61K).)