Pyrolysis: A potential path to a brighter future for BTL and WTL?

Pyrolysis is one of the major technological processes in the biomass-to-liquid (BTL) and waste-to-liquid (WTL) space. It subjects feedstock to temperatures of approximately 500 °C in the absence of oxygen to thermochemically decompose organic substances into gas, crude-like pyrolysis oil, and car...

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