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What is Biofuel?

Fuel such as methane produced from renewable biological resources such as plant biomass and treated municipal and industrial waste. A fuel produced from dry organic matter or combustible oils produced by plants. Examples of biofuel include oil from algae, specialized bacteria, the large seeds of trees such as jatropha and pongamia, alcohol (from fermented sugar), black liquor from the paper manufacturing process, wood, castor seed and mustard seed oil.

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