Bagasse

Bagasse ( /bəˈɡæs/ bə-GAS) is the fibrous matter that remains after sugarcane or sorghum stalks are crushed to extract their juice. It is currently used as a biofuel and in the manufacture of pulp and paper products and building materials.

Agave bagasse is a similar material that consists of the tissue of the blue agave after extraction of the sap.

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List Of Power Stations In Queensland - Biomass Combustion
... Capacity Turbines Fuel Type Conveyance Babinda Sugar Mill, Bundaberg Sugar 6 MW 1 bagasse on-site Bingera Sugar Mill, Bundaberg Sugar 5 MW 2 bagasse on-site Farleigh Mill, Mackay Sugar Coop 13 MW 4 bagasse on-site ...
Bagasse - Health Impact
... Workplace exposure to dusts from the processing of bagasse can cause the chronic lung condition pulmonary fibrosis, more specifically referred to as bagassosis ...
Soda Pulping - Production
... agricultural crops are wheat straw and bagasse ... Due to the ease with which bagasse can be chemically pulped, bagasse requires less bleaching chemicals than wood pulp to achieve a bright, white sheet of paper ... Most chemical bagasse pulp mills concentrate the spent reaction chemicals and combust them to power the paper-mills and to recover the reaction chemicals ...
List Of Power Stations In New South Wales - Biomass Combustion
... Capacity Turbines Fuel Type Conveyance Broadwater Sugar Mill 10 MW 1 bagasse on-site Broadwater Biomass Co-Gen 30 MW 1 bagasse/wood waste on-site truck Condong Sugar ...
Electricity Sector In Guyana - Renewable Energy - Bagasse
... Electricity can be generated using bagasse, a by-product of sugar production, as basic fuel for thermoelectric facilities ... Bagasse generation benefits from lower and more stable cost of than oil-based generation, as well as lower carbon emissions ... A major bagasse co-generation project was implemented in 2006 by the Guyana Sugar Corporation (Guysuco) ...