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Research commissioned by CRDC has found the conversion of cotton gin trash to ethanol is scientifically achievable – but is it an economic reality?
Cotton gin trash is a waste by-product created in the cotton ginning process. It consists of leaf matter, stalks, dirt and cotton fibre. Trash is a voluminous, light substance which becomes a burden to store, sell or convert effectively into a form of organic fertiliser.
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