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The biomass left aside after an extraction process can be dryed out to recover the valuable solvent still contained in it. On the other hand, drying might be necessary because of regulatory constraints or future usage of the spent biomass, to remove the solvent content before it goes away. The solvent recovered during drying can be reused for other operations or shall be regenerated in a distillation column.
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