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Options for sustainability improvement and biomass use in Malaysia : Palm oil production chain and biorefineries for non-food use of residues and by-products including other agricultural crops

Dam, van, J.E.G.;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2009
  • Publisher: Agrotechnology & Food Sciences Group
  • Country: Netherlands
The Division Biobased Products of the WUR institute A&F was approached by the Dutch Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality with a policy support question about the potential of Bio-based economic developments in Malaysia. Malaysia is one of the major international trade partners of the Netherlands. Annually 4.500 – 5.000 million euro’s worth of goods are imported from Malaysia. The Netherlands are Malaysia’s most important trading partner within the EU. The volume of agricultural commodities and especially palm oil products are substantial and the use of biobased resources for the generation of energy or biofuel has created a fierce debate on the susta...
free text keywords: oliepalmen, maleisië, bijproducten, biomassa, duurzaamheid (sustainability), non-food producten, biobased economy, agro-industriële ketens, bioraffinage, biobrandstoffen, Non-food producten (algemeen), oil palms, malaysia, byproducts, biomass, sustainability, non-food products, agro-industrial chains, biorefinery, biofuels, Non-food Products (General)
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