Coproduction of Furfural and Easily Hydrolyzable Residue from Sugar Cane Bagasse in the MTHF/Aqueous Biphasic System: Influence of Acid Species, NaCl Addition, and MTHFResearchers from
Furfural: A Complementary, but More Attractive By-Product Benefits There are many benefits when integrating furfural production into a sugar mill that co-generates electricity:
Bolt-on furfural production: Fast, low-risk and low-cost bio-refining of bagasse and trash. For background information, additional links and downloads, read the original article at DalinYebo.com
Benefit from the growing demand for biobased chemicals All the headlines sound very similar. Like the following: “Global Bioplastics Market Growth of 29% CAGR by
Blended Biomass allows more Bagasse as Feedstock for Furfural! A report on blended biomass for Cogeneration, by Amaury Perez Sanchez: Cuba, like other countries with few
Cuba, like other countries with few fossil energy resources, has used biomass to fuel its industrial processes for decades. More recently, it has worked to
El bagazo es la biomasa para producir electricidad de más importancia en América Latina hasta ahora. Ejemplo en Honduras.
Beyond electricity: There is big potential for the (South) African sugarcane industry … (in our humble opinion, of course) Picture: THINKSTOCK THE South African sugar industry has potential to contribute at least a 1,000MW to the national grid i…