Methods for Producing Biochar and Advanced Biofuels in Washington State - Part 4: Literature Review of Sustainability Issues, Business Models, and Financial Analyses
Methods for Producing Biochar and Advanced Biofuels in Washington State - Part 4: Literature Review of Sustainability Issues, Business Models, and Financial Analyses (Number of pages: 85) (Publication Size: 2438KB)
|Author(s)||Manuel Garcia-Perez, et al|
|Description||This is the fourth and final in a series of reports on the applications and benefits of thermochemical pyrolysis for fuels, heat and biochar from organic resources. This report focuses on the criteria that need to be followed to integrate these technologies into sustainable business models. This last report presents sustainability criteria and several business models that could be used to build sustainable enterprises based on biomass pyrolysis technologies.|
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|Keywords||Biochar, literature review, methods, offer, product, technologies, fuel, waste, vapor|
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