Theme

Biomass

Biomass for use as a biofeedstock encompasses a huge diversity of materials, from farming and forestry residues (beet pulp, manure, straw, etc.) to waste streams (greenwaste, water treatment plant sludge, used chip fat, cocoa pods, etc.) and dedicated crops like algae.

However the future pans out, sustainable biomass will have a key role to play as a substitute for fossil energy and fossil feedstocks. Biomass can be used for energy production (gas, heat, electricity), in the chemical industry (feedstock, energy) and for producing renewable transport fuels.

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Clean gases

More information on biofeedstocks can be found under the theme of Clean Gases.

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Renewable transport fuels

More information on biofeedstocks can be found under the theme of Renewable Fuels.

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Rapporten over ‘Biomass

Exploration of generic greenhouse horticulture measures
May 2021
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Used Cooking Oil (UCO) as biofuel feedstock in the EU
April 2021
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PLA sorting for recycling. Experiments performed at the National Test Centre Circular Plastics (NTCP)
March 2021
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