Australian researchers have developed a chemical process to produce bio-crude oil from bulky green wastes such as forest thinnings, crop residues, waste paper and garden discards. The bio-crude oil can be used to manufacture high-value chemicals and biofuels, including both gasoline and diesel replacement fuels. The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO)’s forest biosciences division and Monash University say they have addressed the problem of transporting ...
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