Hesam Kamyab

University of Technology Malaysia

Dr. Hesam Kamyab is currently a postdoctoral research and teaching fellow at Malaysia–Japan International Institute of Technology, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. He was appointed as the junior board member in the Journal of Cleaner Production, Elsevier (IF: 9.297) following his active paper review role. Also, he was appointed as managing guest editor in Energy Journal, Elsevier (IF: 7.147), guest editor in Environmental Science and Pollution Research, Springer (IF: 4.223), and guest editor in Sustainability Journal, MDPI (IF: 3.251). He has a chair in IWA Emerging Water Leader (EWL). He has published more than 110 papers in reputed journals and has been serving as an editorial board member of repute. In recent years, he has reviewed more than 1,000 papers.

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Palm oil biomass is constantly produced in large quantities throughout the world as a waste product of the vast palm oil plantations. Biomass from the palm oil industry has been converted into value-added products to a limited extent via thermochemical, chemical, physical, and biochemical conversion routes. However, a significant amount of biomass, such as OPF and OPT, is still left in plantations. A pragmatic approach to converting them to value-added products will not only result in a cleaner environment but also generate significant revenue for the government. It is also suggested that more attention be paid to bioproducts in order to present them in an appealing form to end-users, thereby encouraging good patronage.

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