Bioethanol from bagasse pith a lignocellulosic waste biomass from paper/sugar industry

Biofuels produced from various lignocellulosic biomass such as agro forest residues have been recognized to have potential, to be available substitute for or compliment to gasolines. These biofuels derived from plant materials have the potential to address the two main issues - carbon neutral and renewable. In addition they are an integral part of the emerging 'bio-economy' where plant material is used to produce specific chemicals and bulk industrial products.