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Biorefinery opportunities for the Canadian pulp and paper industry.

@inproceedings{Towers2007BiorefineryOF,
  title={Biorefinery opportunities for the Canadian pulp and paper industry.},
  author={M. Towers and T. Browne and R. Kerekes and J. Paris and H. Tran},
  year={2007}
}
however, since bio-based chemicals are less volatile, it is likely that distillation will be only one of many separation methods used. Advances in genetics, biotechnology, process chemistry and engineering are leading to new methods for converting renewable biomass to fuels and chemicals. There has been much interest recently in the concept of the forest biorefinery from the research community, the forest industry, and policy makers [1-5]. The concept is attractive because it can help address… Expand

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