Methods for Producing Biochar and Advanced Biofuels in Washington StatePart 1: Literature Review of Pyrolysis Reactors
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|Author(s)||Garcia-Perez M.; T. Lewis; C. E. Kruger|
|Description||This review was conducted under Interagency Agreement C100172 with the Center for Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources, Washington State University.
Funding for this study is provided by the Washington State Department of Ecology with the
intention to address the growing demand for information on the design of advanced pyrolysis units.
This is the first of a series of reports exploring the use of biomass thermochemical conversion technologies to sequester carbon and to produce fuels and chemicals.
Some figures and photos can be seen in color in the online file. Additional project reports supported by Organic Wastes to Fuel Technology sponsored by Ecology are also available on this web site. This report is also available at the Washington State University Extension Energy Program.
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