Scientists use trash to produce cellulosic ethanol

10/1/2009 | United Press International

Scientists from Switzerland and Singapore found that paper, cardboard and other waste biomass could generate 82.93 billion liters of cellulosic ethanol. "If developed fully, this biofuel could simultaneously meet part of the world's energy needs, while also combating carbon emissions and fossil fuel dependency," one of the researchers said.

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