Bagasse with an annual capacity of 300,000 tons

After harvesting from the soil surface and cutting off the upper green end, sugarcane stalks are sent to the factory in large and small pieces and after washing, they are sent to the mills.
In the factory, all the sugarcane pieces are inserted and pressed between large rollers and their syrup is sent to the refinery as an extract from the mills. The sugarcane pulp, which was well extracted after passing through several mills, turned into straw and was removed from the factory by a tape. These scraps are called bagasse sugarcane.

Bagasse has a variety of industrial uses, including :
Fuel
Fiber
chipboard
Paper
Furfural
Animal feed .