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12th September
written by Tellus

To counter this risk, some projects have sought to ensure a coherent supply of urban waste water and solid waste. While these waste streams need to be transformed into useful raw materials, the permanent supply of free or inexpensive raw materials can be contracted at low risk of failure of the waste-producing industry. As the use of waste is increasingly developed, brokers enter the market to record supply and margin. While newly discovered raw materials present some of this risk, waste raw materials can be more volatile in terms of supply and price. As a result, it is common for these facilities to use long-term biomass supply contracts and product removal agreements linked to market prices of biomass feedstocks. . . .

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