What Is Biomass Fermentation?


Biomass fermentation refers to the anaerobic fermentation of biodegradable material such as manure and green waste to produce Biogas which is a mixture of methane and carbon dioxide and make biofuel. This fuel is used in cooking or production of electricity and it is environmental friendly.
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In an ecosystem, there are primary and secondary producers and consumers. The bulk of biomass lies in the producers, which are plants. The plants store energy and, when eaten, transfer
It is the process by which complex organic molecules are split into simpler ones, usually without oxygen. The most well-known examples are the fermentation of starches and sugars by
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Fuel grade ethanol and other valuable commercial products can be produced by utilizing biomass as a starting raw material. Fermentation of biomass generates a gas which can be used to produce ethanol.
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