A rind is a terrible thing to waste

We’ve previously noted the hyperlocal nature of the biofuels and bio-based materials and chemicals markets: compared to the global petroleum fuels and chemicals markets, optimal bio-based feedstocks and products are determined by the conditions in a very small geographic area (see the June 16, 2009 ...

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