Yes. So-called lignocelllulosic sources – which include waste wood, paper, pulp, and even grass straw – can be converted to biofuel. After cleaning and drying the source materials, the cellulose in them needs to be broken down into sugars through hydrolysis (usually using acids or enzymes), which can then be fermented using enzymes like in a common bioethanol-producing process.
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