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Abstract

Novel strategy for bio- refining

Author(s): Jessica Nelson

Although a novel strategy that will soon be implemented, bio-refining of bio-waste is typically still in the conceptual stage. Rural communities may be able to convert their biowaste into fertilizers, biochemical compounds, and fuels thanks to bio-waste refineries. Only one of the various unique types of bio-waste bio-refineries that have been developed is currently being used commercially. Their parallel development and commercial implementations are constrained by high funding costs and risks, a lack of confidence in their novel technology, anticipated yields and profits, and operational dependability. Modeling the aforementioned strategies and their delivery networks could enable the optimization of bio-refinery designs and, incidentally, speed up R&D processes.


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