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Paper Id: IJARW2004
Title: PALM WASTE AS A SUSTAINABLE BUILDING MATERIAL IN NIGERIA: A PATHWAY TO SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION.
Published in: International Journal Of All Research Writings
Publisher: IJARW
ISSN: 2582-1008
Volume / Issue: Volume 5 Issue 7
Pages: 7
Published On: 2/2/2024 9:07:20 PM      (MM/dd/yyyy)
Main Author Details
Name: Okieimen E. Osesenaga
Institute: University Of Benin
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Author Name Author Institute
Felix E. Okieimen University Of Benin
Abstract
Research Area: Architecture & Construction
KeyWord: Construction industry, sustainability, palm oil waste, architectural innovation, urban development, circular economy, eco-friendly design.
Abstract: The global construction industry grapples with environmental challenges, notably resource depletion and waste generation. This paper explores the intersection of sustainability and architectural innovation within the context of Nigeria's dynamic economy, focusing on the palm oil industry's waste, including Empty Fruit Bunches (EFB), Palm Kernel Shells (PKS), and Palm Oil Mill Effluent (POME). Architects, as pivotal figures, are positioned to bridge sustainable practices with functional aesthetics, exemplified by the potential incorporation of palm oil waste into designs. This study delves into the feasibility and applicability of palm oil waste as a building material in Benin City, Nigeria, highlighting architects' role in championing construction in developing urban landscapes. A comprehensive analysis reveals the promising applications of palm oil waste, from laminated veneer lumber to insulation using EFB. These innovations not only contribute to sustainable construction but also alleviate environmental and economic burdens associated with waste disposal. Despite these advancements, challenges persist, ranging from technical intricacies to perceptual barriers and regulatory adaptations. Future progress hinges on sustained research, development, and collaborative efforts among architects, researchers, builders, and policymakers. By embracing palm oil waste, architects can lead the industry towards a new era of circular economy principles and eco-friendly design, simultaneously reducing environmental footprints and fostering innovative, cost-effective, and green architectural solutions. The integration of palm oil waste stands as a beacon signaling a transformative path toward sustainable architectural practices.
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Okieimen E. Osesenaga, Felix E. Okieimen, "PALM WASTE AS A SUSTAINABLE BUILDING MATERIAL IN NIGERIA: A PATHWAY TO SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION.", International Journal Of All Research Writings, vol. 5, no. 7, pp. 72-78, 2024.
MLA Okieimen E. Osesenaga, Felix E. Okieimen "PALM WASTE AS A SUSTAINABLE BUILDING MATERIAL IN NIGERIA: A PATHWAY TO SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION.." International Journal Of All Research Writings, vol 5, no. 7, 2024, pp. 72-78.
APA Okieimen E. Osesenaga, Felix E. Okieimen (2024). PALM WASTE AS A SUSTAINABLE BUILDING MATERIAL IN NIGERIA: A PATHWAY TO SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION.. International Journal Of All Research Writings, 5(7), 72-78.
PALM WASTE AS A SUSTAINABLE BUILDING MATERIAL IN NIGERIA: A PATHWAY TO SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION.
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