Life cycle assessment of technologies for greenhouse gas emissions reduction in sugarcane biorefineries

Life cycle assessment of technologies for greenhouse gas emissions reduction in sugarcane biorefineries

M. Chagas, O. Cavalett, B. Klein, R. Maciel Filho, A. Bonomi

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Since sugarcane biorefineries are a large source of CO2 emissions, there is an opportunity of using or capturing this pollutant. An alternative would be to use mechanisms to capture, transport and inject CO2 into underground geological formations with the purpose of permanent storage of this gas,...

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Life cycle assessment of technologies for greenhouse gas emissions reduction in sugarcane biorefineries

M. Chagas, O. Cavalett, B. Klein, R. Maciel Filho, A. Bonomi


										

Life cycle assessment of technologies for greenhouse gas emissions reduction in sugarcane biorefineries

M. Chagas, O. Cavalett, B. Klein, R. Maciel Filho, A. Bonomi

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    Chemical engineering transactions

    Vol. 50 (2016), p. 421-426