NATURAL CARBON (CO2) CAPTURE
 

Thanks to photosynthesis, lignocellulosic biomass becomes the most profitable and ecological atmospheric carbon sequester in the form of CO2

 

The provision of lignocellulosic biomass is largely sufficient by using only its residues to supply global and renewable energies and products for our world

 

Largely unused residues are presented below and can be separated by the LEEBIO™ process

CEREAL STRAWS

 

Cereals concern all varieties of wheat, corn, rice, barley, rye, oats, etc.

 

The FAO anticipates an annual harvest of around 2.8 billion tonnes for 2021/2022

 

It means that almost 2 billion tons of lignocellulosic residues in the form of straw will be available and valuable for clean energies and products

WOOD RESIDUES
 

FAO reports global dry wood production of around 4 billion tons per year

 

In industrial forestry, 1/3 of the wood remains on site and becomes an undeveloped lignocellulosic residue

 

Its advantage is to be available without changing the current operating system of industrial sites

THE SUGAR CANE BAGASSE
 

It is the fibrous part obtained after the extraction of sugar cane

 

More than 200 million dry tonnes are collected each year and used to supply the thermal energy required in sugar factories

 

With the fall of world price sugar, this energy sector is no longer enough to ensure a financial equilibrium for this industry without having a subsidy

THE OIL PALM

 

Lignocellulosic biomass generated from the production of palm oil industries include trunks, fronds, empty fruit bunches, palm pressed fibres and shells. These oil palm wastes have created a major disposal problem, generating a production of nearly 300 million tons of dry matter

 

They are available immediately in factories. By adding value to this residue, this will give these plantations a strong ecological image by doubling profits without changing anything in the existing industrial sites

ENERGY CROPS

 

It is the easiest type of lignocellulosic biomass to recover and produce

 

Energy crops require little fertilizer, few pesticides and they thrive on poor soil or in extensive pastures

 

Among the very common energy plants, Miscanthus, or elephant grass, is considered to be the most suitable carbon resource for supplying energy and products to the whole world

NCCSU™ and LEEBIO™

 

All these lignocellulosic residues will provide the necessary global supply of energy and raw materials while respecting the natural carbon cycle by the concept of the NCCSU™

 

The LEEBIO™ process extracts its products from these raw materials with an unprecedented economic and ecological impact

 

Without fossil CO2 emissions