Do you remember that old saying that one man’s garbage is another man’s treasure? The same principle applies to our daily wastes. Have a look at how much waste we produce: Waste is potentially a resource. From traditional point of view, the daily waste has been regarded as worthless however from the point of view of… Continue reading One man’s garbage is another man’s treasure!
Developing countries are very environment sensitive when it comes to activities such as energy generation, heat production and cooking. For this reason, we have come up with inventions to replace coal and charcoal which lets out harmful gases in the air and such inventions include the use of biomass such as in the Paddy straw Briquetting plant. The… Continue reading Paddy Straw based Briquetting Plant in Punjab, India
Most Gambians rely on mainly wood fuels to cook with and charcoal because of which Gambia is at a very vulnerable point now, with the amount of forest left. Desertification and deforestation are great problems facing developing nations like Gambia. Adequate means of disposing wastes are also lacking, hence, converting them to other useful products… Continue reading Can fuel briquettes from groundnut shells save Gambia?
"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?
In the World’s least developed countries, solid fuel is the primary cooking fuel for over 80% of the population. Indoor air pollution ranks in the top four leading risk factors for death worldwide. Furthermore, urban demand for wood-based fuels such as charcoal drives unsustainable, large-scale deforestation. Ultimately, the byproducts of biomass combustion—which is often incomplete… Continue reading Waste to Energy: Cocoa Pod Husk Briquettes & Pellets
Take any village in Tanzania and processions of women carrying thick branches of firewood piled on their heads on their way home every evening is a common sight. However, it is not without consequences for the environment, and Tanzania and many other African countries are rapidly losing their primary forests. Woodfuel, primarily used for cooking and home… Continue reading Briquettes – New energies against deforestation in Africa
Energy briquettes are a sustainable fuel made by biomass briquettes presses from biomass materials such as saw dusts, wood shavings, straws, rice husks, wasted border, abandoned furniture, etc. Different briquettes have different burning characteristics, making some more suitable for specific stages in your fire's life. Some briquettes are great for lighting the fire; some are best for… Continue reading Be a savvy briquette buyer
A lot of people ask why we believe wood briquettes offer better value for money than wood logs. Well why wouldn't we, when briquettes are so much hotter, cleaner, longer burning and more economical? The case for briquettes over logs is not based on subjective opinion, it is pure physics. Briquettes are lighter in weight… Continue reading Wood Briquette VS Wood Logs
Pellets are a great, economical way to heat your home. Learn some of the facts of why to consider pellets as this winters heat source. Wood pellet are produced by compressing the wood that come from, mostly, waste wood of sawmills, or wood-processing manufactures. One ton of wood pellets has the energy equivalency of 2.8… Continue reading Fascinating facts about wood pellet fuel
Nowadays, everyone is thinking about how to make their homes greener and how to save energy. Everyone is now aware of the problems presented by global warming and we are all thinking of ways to change our lifestyles in order to help stop this phenomenon and keep our world safe. This is why biomass briquettes… Continue reading Benefits & Uses of Biomass Briquettes