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Types of Biomass

9 Different types of Biomass

and how they can benefit your business.

From wood to fruit and vegetable scraps and general rubbish, Biomass is capable of converting many different types of waste into a renewable source of Bioenergy with gasification.

Biomass isn’t just limited to organic materials such as plant and wood matter. The expansion to plastics, food-waste and general rubbish allows us the utilise more waste and less landfill. Inoplex biomass and bioenergy technologies are effective and established in Australia to provide all types of business the best outcome for their waste and energy needs.

Are you interested in a Biomass project for your business?

Inoplex are experts in the Bioenergy industry and will work with your business to created a tailored approach for your operation.

Australia is producing an unprecedented amount of waste and with and large portion of that ending in landfill we have a waste crisis on our hands. Over $17 billion spend on waste services in 2017 with steep increases expected Australian’s have never spent so much on waste.

Australia waste landfill environment renewable

“Australia generated 75.8 million tonnes of solid waste in 2018-19, which was a 10% increase over the last two years (since 2016-17). Over half of all waste was sent for recycling (38.5 million tonnes), while 27% was sent to landfill for disposal (20.5 million tonnes).”

Australian Bureau of Statistics

With such a large array of waste being generated the effort to manage and organise the waste into recycling, energy recovery and exports is phenomenal. A significant amount of the waste being generated is suitable for biomass treatment and therefore we have an opportunity to develop technologies that can help us with a waste crisis and also our energy crisis. Here’s shortlist of 9 different types Biomass and what they might mean for your business.

  1. Wood Waste
  2. Food Waste
  3. Sewage
  4. Agricultural residues
  5. Oils and Fats
  6. Animal Waste
  7. Rubbish/Garbage
  8. Alcohols
  9. Winery Waste

If your business is involved in generating waste from 1 or even multiple of these types of biomass, we’re keen to help you turn it from a disadvantage into an advantage. Even if your business doesn’t directly produce these types of biomass we’re still keen to talk to you to discuss some options for a biomass project.

If you’re interested in a biomass project for your business we can help you make the most of your opportunity, contact us here and we’ll get in touch.