Garden and park waste

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Garden and park waste is defined as any biogenic wastes that originate from gardens and parks such as green cuttings or bad harvests.

Specific waste streams

Depending on its origin the garden and park waste can be divided into different groups. The following non-exhaustive list shows the potential main groups. The decision support tool aids the search for suitable conversion technologies capable to process these streams into chemicals, energy and fuels, food ingredients, and materials.

  • 2G sugar
    • 2G sugar – forestry
    • 2G sugar – industrial
  • Forestry sidestreams
    • Bark
    • Beech wood
    • Cellulose
    • Hard wood
    • Lignin biomass
    • Lignocellulose
    • Miscanthus
    • Soft wood
    • Wood
    • Xylose
  • Gases
    • CO
    • CO2
    • H2
    • Syngas
    • Waste gasses
  • Industrial sidestreams
    • Paper & cardboard
    • Plastic waste
    • Process waters
  • Oils & derivatives
    • Fatty acids
    • Fatty alcohols
    • Oils
  • Other feedstock
    • Formic acid
    • HMF
    • Municipal solid waste

Occurence and treatment

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