Biofuel is produced through a process of heating with a very high temperature around 500 degree Celsius without oxygen and uses a high pressure. Pyrolysis reactor is a mechanism of thermochemical decomposition of organic materials.
Researchers estimate that the use of wasted materials such as sawdust someday could provide 20 percent of the world's energy needs. They also optimistic could commercialize the production of biofuel from sawdust in a few more years. Alternative energy from biofuels will probably the answer of the energy needs in the future when conventional fuels increasingly expensive and scarce and less environmentally friendly.