BioReduce – Combined production of bio-methan and bio-aromatics as a strategie for CO2 reduction in the sectors transport and chemical industry
Based on domestic lognocellulosic materials a process shall be developed that shall reduce CO2 emissions in traffic and chemical industries. Therefore Lignin will be isolated as native Lignin to be used as a feedstock in the chemcial industrie for replacing aromatic compounds.
Remaining carbon containing compounds will be treated by biotechnological processes for obtaining suitable feedstock for bio-methan production.
Operation concepts as well as economic and ecological evaluation.
Wood K plus
Energy Institute at the Johannes Kepler Universität Linz
The project BioReduce - Combined production of bio-methan and bio-aromatics as a strategie for CO2 reduction in the sectors transport and chemical industryis funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the province of Upper Austria.