Biomass as a renewable energy source has several limitations in terms of the potential for steady supply and its thermal characteristics. This study conducted a thermal weight change analysis and determined its kinetics to address this problem. Sawdust was chosen as the biomass, and PE and PP were the plastics used. Based on the result of thermogravimetric analysis (TGA), the kinetic characteristics were analyzed using Kissinger, Ozawa, and Friedman methods, which are the most common methods used to obtain reaction coefficients and activation energy. The methods used to determine the thermal degradation kinetics were considered feasible for evaluating the pyrolytic behavior of the materials tested. The experimental results of this study provided insights into mixed biomass/plastics pyrolysis kinetics and their optimal operation conditions.