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for the entire time I've been involved with this field, I've been
interested in using cellulosic biomass and that's essentially the
structural part of plant matter. So examples could be grasses are-are very
promising; some-some sorts of agricultural residues left over from— that
are not currently used; some industrial residues, like waste paper sludge, that
now goes to landfills; wood chips are attractive materials. Many–
Municipal solid waste is primarily— the largest single component by far
is cellulose, although there's some complications with accessing that. So
it's the fibrous structural part of plant matter. It has little or no
nutritional value in many forms in which it comes to us.
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