Thursday, 19 September 2013

Biomass, as an energy

Natural biomass is produced in nature without human intervention. For example, natural falling tree branches (pruning) in forests.

The residual biomass is the byproduct or waste generated by agricultural activities (pruning, stubble, etc..), Forestry and livestock and food industry waste (dregs, agazos, shells, slops, etc..) And industry wood processing (sawmills, paper mills, furniture, etc..) and sewage and waste oil recycling.

Energy crops are those which are intended for the production of biofuels. In addition to existing crops for the food industry (cereals and sugar beet for bioethanol and oilseed production for biodiesel production), other crops such as forest and herbaceous and lignocellulosic crops.