Regional markets extra: Brazil taking a lead in CO2 from fermentation

Rio de Janeiro Brazil

Brazil has experienced changes with respect to its sugarcane-based sources for carbon dioxide (CO2), and current and future plans for some project changes to cellulosic sources as well. Here, Sam A. Rushing explains why Brazil is taking a lead with CO2 from fermentation.

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