Dominika Alexa Teigiserova

Dominika Alexa Teigiserova
Delft University of Technology | TU · Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences (CEG)

PhD in Environmental Technology and Circular Economy

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12 Research Items
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Introduction
The main objective of my work is to support the transition to the circular economy systems by focusing on strong sustainability. This includes evaluating waste management frameworks in a holistic way, performing LCA, in-depth case studies etc. My main expertise concerns food waste pathways (bioeconomy). Current research also includes circular economy of infrastructure (construction) waste, Product Service Systems (PSS), and Inclusive Cities.
Additional affiliations
January 2018 - present
Aarhus University
Position
  • PhD Student
Education
September 2015 - June 2017
University of Southern Denmark
Field of study
  • Environmental Engineering
September 2012 - June 2015
Technical University in Zvolen
Field of study
  • Environmental Engineering

Publications

Publications (12)
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In this study, the key gaps of food waste prevention been addressed in the context of the emerging circular economy. First, current terminology related to food waste was reviewed and clarified, in particular, the terms food surplus, waste and losses. This work highlights why the clarity of these definitions is crucial for the sustainability of futu...
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This study presents a critical overview of reported essential oil (EO) extractions from citrus peel wastes (CPW), including harmonized data on the various citrus species and cultivars. Harmonization is vital to enable sustainable management practices. The review only includes eco-efficient extraction techniques. In total, the review contains 66 qua...
Thesis
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This thesis examines the problem of food waste in a holistic way, identifying critical points towards sustainable production. The focus is on a strong sustainability approach, which respects the limits of nature and calls for restorative design and conservation of ecosystem services. To introspect the deeply rooted issues, definitions and framework...
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Orange peel waste (OPW) is present in large quantities both locally and globally, which makes them feasible input into the circular bioeconomy. However, due to their antimicrobial and anti-nutritional activity, they are problematic biomass, and proper waste management is yet to be determined. This life cycle assessment (LCA) quantifies the environm...
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The first step for transforming the current linear and degenerative socio-economic systems into ones that are circular and regenerative is to understand how they grow and develop. Here, we explore whether there are limits to robustness of a socio-economic system as the result of a linear metabolic structure, and how those limits could theoretically...
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The decentralization of waste management argues to support better planning, fair distribution of material and economic resources, and increased citizen participation. This study aims at assessing the environmental and economic performance of a decentralized biowaste management system, using the frameworks of life cycle assessment and net present va...
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The circular economy is one of the leading sustainable development strategies that can help utilize waste to produce new products. Cereal food waste and residues represent a significant resource of million tonnes globally and a feasible feedstock for enzyme production via environmentally-friendly solid-state fermentation (SSF). This study presents...
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The European Union bioeconomy strategy seeks to unlock the potential of circular economy and to strengthen and deploy local bioeconomies rapidly. The decentralization of waste management can be a coherent supporting mechanism for achieving long-term climate goals for the future communities while overcoming some of the constraints introduced due to...
Data
The database contains 487 quantified enzymes production examples using cereals as a substrate in 209 experiments (some experiment include several enzymes). It covers both single (cereal) and mixed substrates (cereal plus other substrates) from food waste and agri-industrial residues. Main substrates are wheat (53 experiments), rice (22 experiments)...
Data
This is supporting information to the article Review of high-value food waste and food residues biorefineries with focus on unavoidable wastes from processing, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.resconrec.2019.05.003 It includes productivity/yield data on 149 high-value product from unavoidable food waste mainly form processing industry. It is possible to f...
Thesis
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A sustainable supply of essential nutrients, like omega-3 fatty acids, as well as sustainable supply of energy, is crucial for human survival in the future and this thesis is discussing both of the issues. Biogas is becoming a very popular source of renewable energy, but cannot be readily used by grid system after formation. Carbon dioxide biofixat...

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Projects (3)
Project
http://www.decisive2020.eu/ part of H2020, Decisive or A DECentralIzed management Scheme for Innovative Valorization of urban biowastE promotes eco-innovative waste management and prevention as part of sustainable urban development. Objectives of the call: • Boosting eco-innovative solutions to prevent waste generation and promote the use of waste as a resource • Enhancing the natural and living environment in urban and peri-urban areas • Integrated urban metabolism approach with active engagement of all stakeholders Specific expectations in terms of Eco-innovative solutions • Demonstration at an appropriate pilot scale, and market replication, of integrated eco-innovative cost- and energy-efficient technologies, processes and services for waste prevention, treatment, enhanced collection, recycling and recovery of high-grade valuable materials from waste. • Technological and non-technological solutions: economic and social approach
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In this newly funded NSFC-NWO project, we will develop analytical tools to clarify the effects of emerging waste management systems in cities, design an approach for infrastructure management that is more inclusive, and validate our results in cities in the Netherlands and in China.
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