SUGARCANE WASTE, ENERGY GENERATION AND THE ENVIRONMENT: ITS IMPACTS
Keywords:Environment, Electricity, Sugarcane, residual, biofuels, industrialization.
Sugarcane has been the economic support of many countries, not only in the production of sugar, but also in the generation of electrical energy with waste, the production of boards, and others products. The Junín canton of the Manabí province is one of the largest producers of products derived from this grass; but their production processes, today have difficulties, the objective of the research is to make an assessment of the pollution processes and how to propose the proper use of waste to achieve a sustainable benefit in the environment, economic and social in the territory, through obtaining biofuels and generating electricity.
The results obtained are presented in tables and graphs of descriptive statistics, for later analysis of the same, which allowed to write the research objectives, in which it is highlighted that the population of Junín is one of the cantons of Manabí that most cultivates the sugar cane, the inhabitants are dedicated to the artisanal industrialization derived from it, likewise there are several technologies that can be implemented in the production processes of the derivatives, taking advantage of the residual of the sugar cane.