The federal government of Australia will fund a midstage Queensland University of Technology project that converts sugarcane and cotton biomass into animal feed, fuels and bio-based plastics. Sugarcane waste is being converted into jet fuel, while chemicals produced from the biomass are being used to manufacture plastic bottles for beer and soft drinks.
Australian project converts sugarcane, cotton into usable materials
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