Renewable Bioresources

Renewable Bioresources

ISSN 2052-6237

Bioresources increase as human population increases

Kaufui Vincent Wong

Correspondence: Kaufui Vincent Wong

Author Affiliations

Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of Miami Coral Gables, FL 33146, USA.


The aim of this work is to advance the fact that human feces and urine need to be utilized as bioresources because they grow with the human population. As the world population flies past the seven billion mark, the need for energy and renewable energy sources increases. It is the perspective of the current work that one of the natural places to search for renewable resources is from the human population itself. This review work surveys the studies that are promising in making human wastes more acceptable and available as safe renewable bioresources.

Keywords: Human, feces, urine, renewable, bioresources

ISSN 2052-6237
Volume 2
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