Agricultural biomass

Derived from biological organisms such as corn, straw, plants, animal waste, offal and perennial grasses, agricultural biomass can be transformed into energy and other value-added products

Agricultural biomass is matter derived from biological organisms such as corn, straw, plants, animal waste, offal and perennial grasses. As with other types of biomass, agricultural biomass can be transformed into energy and other value-added products, such as bioplastics, medicine, biochemicals, etc. This ensures the most optimal use of the biomass as waste and pollution is reduced. Moreover, utilising agricultural residues and by-products can reinvigorate rural economies and secure their energy independence. As the global leader in utilising agricultural residues, Denmark is pioneering the use of agricultural biomass to create energy and high-value products.

We invite you to explore solutions related to agricultural biomass in more depth below, find potential partners, catch up on the latest related news and discover real-life case examples of how agricultural biomass can help solve your environmental issues.

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