Ethanol from olive trees
Cristóbal Cara, from the Universidad de Jaén (Spain's largest olive oil producing province) presented a method to recycle all this biomass into ethanol. And the project sounds promising, since Spain was planning to import materials to produce ethanol to accomplish with the 5.75 percent of biofuel blending into regular fuels. Currently, most of the biomass that is generated as a byproduct of agriculture is burnt with no side benefits. In some regions, there are plants that use the discarded biomass to produce electricity but this might allow the use of agricultural waste to be used in the production of ethanol.
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