Indonesian palm owners developing various routes of waste biomass to valuable chemicals

Last week, we spoke at the International Oil Palm Conference (IOPC) in Indonesia, where a collection of palm industry stakeholders presented on topics ranging from pest management and fertilizer, to food product and fuel market dynamics. One track session of particular interest was around novel c...

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