They certainly can. One example of a bio-fuel derived from waste materials is Biochar. Biochar is most frequently made from decomposing agricultural waste that is thermochemically decomposed. Biochar is very similar to charcoal. While Biochar can be used as a fuel source, it is more frequently used for biosequestration or atmospheric carbon capture and storage.
Yes, there is a lot of research into biofuel development from waste materials. Currently, biofuels can be derived from waste materials such as waste cooking oil, animal fats, and cow manure.
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