"Virunga National Park in the DR Congo is home to the largest population of the critically endangered mountain gorillas. In a recent visit to New York, the park’s Chief Warden, Emmanuel De Merode, told 'The Charcoal Project' that the greatest threat to the survival of the gorillas was the persistent destruction of habitat at the… Continue reading Can Biomass Briquettes save Africa’s Mountain Gorillas?
Paper is an important material, used daily for many purposes worldwide. The global production of paper and cardboard stood at approximately 407 million metric tons in 2014. Why Paper Recycling is important? Worldwide the pulp and paper industry is the fifth largest consumer of energy, accounting for 4% of all the world’s energy use. Over 60%… Continue reading From Paper Waste To Paper Pellets
A huge part of your home’s carbon footprint comes from the energy used to heat it. The average home can reduce its carbon footprint by 6 tonnes when switching from oil to wood pellets. And if you are keen to maximise your carbon savings then biomass is the right option. For more than a decade,… Continue reading GREENING YOUR HOME WITH BIOMASS HEATING
Using clean, renewable energy is one of the most important actions we can take to reduce our impact on the environment. The world is constantly on the lookout for reliable, inexpensive and renewable forms of energy. Fossil fuels are non-renewable, that is, they draw on finite resources that will eventually dwindle, becoming too expensive or too environmentally damaging to retrieve. In… Continue reading Making the Switch – Biomass Power as the Main Energy Source
1. The gear box is made of high quality gray cast iron materials to have low noise and good shock absorption. The Pellets Machine adopts gear drive to have higher efficiency compared with belt drive and worm drive, and can avoid belt slippage and short lifespan of belt drive. 2. The wood pellets mill abandoned… Continue reading What Are The Advantages Of Wood Pellets Mill
What is a biomass briquetting plant? A biomass briquetting plant is a project that converts agro-forestry waste to bio-coal. It is machinery that has the capability of binding any agro-forestry waste into finished bio-coal/briquettes/white coal. Biomass briquettes are therefore biofuel substitutes to charcoal and coal. Briquettes are popular in developing countries where energy sources aren’t… Continue reading The Significance And Benefits Of Biomass Briquetting Plant
BACKGROUND: Press-to-log (Biomass Densification) technology was developed in USA during World War-II. After World War, use of Biomass Briquettes was replaced with Liquid Fuel. During 1960-70, Europe was facing difficulty in central heating system fuel management. Large lumber houses were generating lot of wood waste. Press to log technology was gainfully utilized by two European… Continue reading Growth of Biomass Briquetting