Hi, please keep it open until tomorrow! Thank you!
Thank you so much for your response. However, I did mean biomass as raw material (particularly sugar crops).
I have a sustainable manufacturing group coursework which looks into tyre production. We focus on Bridgestone concept of 100% sustainable materials and were required to do data analysis. We are trying to figure out how many land do we need to be able to supply sugar crops to make 10 million tyres. We also need to know how much carbon is embodied in a sugar crop to be able to calculate the carbon emission for them.
I do not know how many percentage will the biomass supply replace the usual synthetic rubber, rubber materials, and filler from petroleum and coal in the tyre production. I do not have enough information to make a valid assumption.
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Thank you for your time and support.
Sorry and thank you very much for your time, Martin!