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Biomass Briquettes

Here and there, people need biomass briquettes as it is multi functional not to mention easy to make.

For those who are inquisitive what biomass briquette is, it is a biofuel substitute to coal and charcoal by turning waste into energy. 187 more words

How to make biomass briquette?


  • Banana peels
  • Sawdust
  • Coal dust
  • Paper
  • Leaves
  • Husks
  • Other agricultural wastes
  • Plastic bottle
  • Knife
  • Plastic Bag


  • First, prepare the briquette mix. Soak torn-up waste paper in water for one or two days…
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[NEWS] Air Pollution in North Pole Worse Than Los Angeles, Milwaukee and Detroit Combined

– by Amanda Bohman, May 25, 2016, Newsminer

The highest counts of episodic PM 2.5 particulate pollution reported in the country are coming from a pollution monitor on Hurst Road in North Pole. 487 more words


Anhydrous Ethanol

26 May 2016

Following on from the Sugarcane Biomass blog post, Anhydrous Ethanol stood out due to the size of the agricultural feedstock waste available and potential within Mexico. 912 more words


Northern Rail, Windsor Great park - sharing and learning with us

Its been an interesting couple of weeks as part of the Fit for the Future network we helped set up a couple of years ago. Two weeks ago we put a call out to the membership of the network for help in our latest move into LED lighting. 286 more words

Keith Jones

The 100% club

Recently Portugal has managed to pass that key milestone of achieving 100% of its electricity from renewables over several days, an improvement on the 70% of a few years ago. 1,243 more words


Food waste to Energy: The Business and Technology pt1

The ‘’Food waste or Food loss industry’’ (assuming there is an industry like that) in Nigeria (according to Youssef Zitouni of Danfoss) is worth $750B annually; whenever I see this scary figures, I come to realize how blessed Nigeria is ‘’even in wasting food’’. 446 more words