Biomass, Waste-to-Energy, Waste Methane and Biofuels from Algae, Business and Industry Trends Analysis

Biomass energy is the term describing the conversion of certain types of organic material into usable energy, either by burning it directly or by harvesting combustible gases or liquids.  In some cases, it can be referred to as “waste-to-energy,” because a common application is the burning of a city’s garbage or an industrial plant’s production scrap, such as wood chips or sawdust.  Agricultural residues, such as rice straw, nutshells or wheat straw, are also useful as biomass fuels.  Waste-to-energy plants have been in use in the U.S. for decades, frequently operating in tandem.  A significant advantage of waste-to-energy is the…

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