Malaysia: The Next Bioplastic Destination?

Malaysia is keen on valorizing its significant volume of palm tree biomass into biobased chemicals and bioplastics. Malaysia reportedly produces  around 80 million tons/year of biomass waste. DalinYebo‘s insight: We think that furfural and its many by-products could be the first (and easy) step in conditioning the biomass for the production of other bio-renewable chemicals […]

08.03.2014Views, ReBlogged

Malaysia (KL)

Malaysia is keen on valorizing its significant volume of palm tree biomass into biobased chemicals and bioplastics.

Malaysia reportedly produces  around 80 million tons/year of biomass waste.

DalinYebo‘s insight:

We think that furfural and its many by-products could be the first (and easy) step in conditioning the biomass for the production of other bio-renewable chemicals and polymers. See dalinyebo.com/palm-residues

See on Scoop.itFurfural and its many By-products

via bioplasticsnews.com

Filed under: Topics of Interest Tagged: bio-renewable chemicals, bioplastics, furfural, furfural and its many by-products

from: dalinyebo.wordpress.com

 

 

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