Biorefineries for bioplastics - Biorefinery Innovation Insights - CLIMAX
A diverse range of bioplastics can be produced from different types of biomass - from biomass high in starch, in cellulose and even in lipids. The end product can vary depending on the biomass, and so can the conversion process production.
Bioplastics are likely to have significant demand in future. This, combined with the promise of utilizing different parts of the same biomass (starch, cellulose, lipids) to make different types of bioplastics makes bioplastics production an attractive opportunity for biorefineries.
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