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A. a. a. a. a. a. a. = Not available. LHV = Low heating value. HHV = High heating value. 9 by 2020 27 by 2020 59 by 2020 Many products made today from recycled resources are costly and have reduced performance properties as compared to the original products made using virgin resources. 4 uildings. Biodegradability will have a place in future products, but we must b apply the concept where it can be used to our advantage. From an environmental view, one important issue in bio-based composites is the nature of the adhesive used.
In fact, many concepts in the environmental arena are not defined clearly or understood. S. 4 Renewable Energy Development Plan, 2008–2022 Electricity sector: Biomass 3,700 MW and MSW 160 MW in 2020 Heating sector: Biomass 6,760 kTOE and MSW 35 kTOE in 2020 Clean Energy Fund aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by demonstrations of green technologies to support increased integration of renewable and clean power and heat technologies National Power Development Plan biomass generation targets 500 MW in 2020 and 2,000 MW in 2030 1,311 355 World Strategy of Bio-Based Resources Indonesia MSW = municipal solid waste.
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