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
Wood pellet machinery has been a kind of highly efficient equipment in making use of biomass waste ever since its invention and popularization. It was firstly invented for making animal feed from soft crop waste as grass or straw. Later, pellet machinery was improved and able to process such hard biomasses like wood, bamboo, sawdust,… Continue reading Is Investing In A Used Pellet Mill A Good Idea?
Prime Minister Narendra Modi may want a “Swachh Bharat” (clean India) by 2019, but sweeping the streets does not address the enormity of India's real garbage challenge. s prosperity grows, 62 million tonnes of garbage is generated everyday by the 377 million people living in urban India, now the world's third-largest garbage generator. However, it’s… Continue reading Making Fuel Pellets from Solid Wastes
At Hi Tech Agro Energy Pvt. Ltd., we talk about biomass fuels a lot. If you are curious what qualifies as a biomass fuel, we’ve compiled this primer to answer that question and more. What is Biomass? In the context of biomass for energy the term is often used to mean plant based material, but… Continue reading Biomass: The Sustainable, Renewable Fuel Choice
From time immemorial we have been using biomass in the form of wood and twigs for heating purposes. In many domestic and industrial sectors worldwide, biomass is still used in its raw form – just cut the tree branches or collect the twigs and use them for heating. At the same time, many industrial sectors especially require biomass in a denser and compact form.
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
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