There are notebooks made of bagasse , a product of sugarcane waste, a renewable eco-friendly material.
Unlike conventional ethanol, bioethanol is made not from grain, but from cellulosic biomass, such as wheat straw, sugar cane bagasse , and corn stovers and stalks left over after harvesting.
Kimberly-Clark also uses bagasse in paper towels and tissues.
A production plant under construction in Jennings, La., will produce ethanol from rice hulls and bagasse (the dry dusty pulp that remains after juice is extracted from sugar cane).
Nakayama used acetone, a solvent, to extract the resin from guayule bagasse .
Use ‘eco-board, ‘which is free of wood and made from bagasse .
Chalillo's opponents point to untapped power sources like bagasse - the stalk refuse from sugarcane - as an alternative to the dam.
NSW Sugar Milling Co-operative has proposed demolishing several existing buildings and building an electricity generator powered by bagasse , waste from crushing sugar cane and trash, the green tips of sugar cane.
The plant will convert biomass - including bagasse (a fibrous residue resulting from the sugar extraction from cane) and the cane leaves and trash - into electricity.
Ethanol and gasoline will be blended to generate electricity on a sustainable basis through the use of bagasse , a by-product of the milling process.