burned as is
can be converted by high temps into a gas (mix of hydrogen, CO & methane) which fuels a turbine generating electricity
organic material can be 'composted' with a raised temperature to release methane, which can be used as a fuel.
Biodiesel is an organic replacement for petroleum diesel using vegetable oils.
In many intances, an engine that runs on Diesel will run on Biodiesel without any modification... as long as the fuel has been properly prepared.
Vegetable oil is chemically modified by transestrification to produce an alkyl ester that has a similar viscosity and properties to petroluem diesel.
Alcohols that can be used as fuel, more commonly added to other fuel to reduce harmful emmissions
Methanol can be made from methane, the methane converted to methanol in a gasifaction process.
Use the links on the left to find out more about Bio fuels.
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