We call our briquetting project as “go green” project because; briquetting is absolutely an eco-friendly process. Bio-coal is made out of bio-waste without releasing any pollutants and effluent. Apart from the process, the end result – briquettes are also eco-friendly. They do not emit excessive smoke or pollutants. Traditional fossil fuels like coal emit sulphur when combusted whereas briquettes do not. Moreover these bio-fuel – briquettes also form a good substitute for fossil fuel and wood. As a result the many eco problems like deforestation, global-warming, oil leakage and sea-water pollution can be solved. Consequently, the whole process is about growing and developing without harming the environment.

The Briquetting Project

Our briquetting project is eco-friendly. Hence we identify our briquetting project as “green project”.

The fuel procured by the usage of this project is environmental as the fuel is bio-degradable and non-polluting in nature. There is no emission of toxic elements or harmful gases like sulphur.

The regular application of this kind of fuel substituting the regular fossil fuel can solve several environmental problems. Also it solves the problem of elimination of massive & bulky agricultural wastages.

This is one of the finest non-renewable energy projects accessible as up till now.

Availability of Raw Material

Raw material essential for production briquetting plant is effortlessly obtainable in abundance in almost all the agricultural nations.

Country wise availability of raw material

Malaysia : Palm husk , Saw Dust, Rice Husk, Rice husk char , Wood Chips
Nepal : Labakshi, Lantana, Banmara, Saw Dust, Cotton shells, Cotton Husk , Cotton Stalk, Katra Grass, Agerntum , Thakalkanda, Ficus
Netherlands : Saw dust,  Other Agro waste
Thailand : Corn cob , Corn cob waste
U.K. : Cedar cones, Sow dust, Wood Chips
U.S.A. : Saw dust, Wood Chips, Rice Husk, bark, chips and woody materials, Olive yard waste, Vineyard waste, Straw and Husk.
Vietnam : Rice husk , Saw Dust, Rubber Wood Dust , Rice char [ash] , Rice stem, Rice Busha
India : Amla Seed , Almonds, Babool, Bagasse, Bamboo dust briquette,  Coffee husk, Castor seed shell, Cashew shell, Coir pith, Coconut shell,  Cotton shells, Rice husk, Paddy Straw,  Saw dust,  Tea waste ,  Soybean husk, Jute waste, Tobacco waste, Groundnut Shell, Cotton Stalks / Chips, Mustard Stalk, etc.