Meta Description: The use of lignocellulose biomass should relieve the pressure on edible feed stocks usage and deliver more effective environmental benefits resulting in a more sustainable sectors i.e., biofuels production.
Lignocelluloses waste may be grouped into different categories such as wood residues, grasses, food industry residues, municipal solid wastes, agricultural residues (straw, stover, peelings, cobs, stalks, nutshells, seeds, bagasse) and domestic wastes (lignocelluloses garbage and sewage). These residual biomass oftenly used for energy production mainly deriving from non energy crops i.e. (Jatropa, Sunflower, Popular, Switch grass and Eucalyptus sp.) instead of using energy crops on account of following reason: the energy crops competes land and water with food crops, lignocellulose biomass abundance and renewability.
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