Biomass Briquette, Green Energy, Renewable energy

One man’s garbage is another man’s treasure!

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!

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Alternate Energy, Biomass Briquette, Green Energy, Uncategorized

Growth of Biomass Briquetting

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

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BIO-COAL – An Eco Friendly Solid Fuel

India is one of the nations who have accepted that they shall adopt National Policies and take corresponding measures on the mitigation of climate change by limiting its anthropogenic omission of green house gases & protecting and enhancing its green house sinks and reservoirs. BIO-COAL densified solid fuel from renewal agricultural and forest residues are… Continue reading BIO-COAL – An Eco Friendly Solid Fuel

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Need for Pelletizing

India with different agro climatic regimes does produce more than 250 million tons surplus Agro Residues annually. This is either not utilized at all or utilized sub optimally. Equal amount of other biomass gets wasted and results in severe environmental degradation. Processing capacity of even 200 million tons of biomass in 10 years, will not… Continue reading Need for Pelletizing

Alternate Energy, Biomass Briquette, Green Energy

Biomass Briquetting – HOW?

Annual Generation of Biomass in India is more than thousand million tons. Part of this is residues from Agricultural Crops. Significant part of this is used as Animal Fodder, like Wheat Straw, Corn/Maize Straw and Bajra Straw. These are stored for off-season animal fodder. Then there are Stalk/Straw, which are not used as Animal Fodder; like… Continue reading Biomass Briquetting – HOW?