Renewable energy begins with biomass production
Biomass fuels are organic renewable materials. Two categories of biomass fuels, woody fuels and animal wastes, comprise the vast majority of available biomass fuels.
Municipal solid waste (MSW) is also a source of biomass fuel but these types of fuel have lower energy densities compared to fossil fuels and require much more front-end treatment to ensure a product that will ensure that the calorific value of the product is of the quality required.
A First class product made from renewable material
Based out of several locations in South East Asia, Organics Biomass brings the biomass market to North East Asia and Europe.
Charcoal products can be produced from biomass sources such as charcoal from wood, woody agricultural products, the biogenic fraction of municipal wastes, nut shells, etc. Liquid and gaseous fractions obtained from biomass are a valuable fuel source also; however, the solid fraction (charcoal) has the recovery potential of carbon black or as carbon adsorbent after applying an activation step. Charcoal has the potential to improve soil properties, crop productivity, and carbon sequestration in soil.
With the increasing global interest in renewable
energy fuels, and the decreasing sawdust supply, Empty Fruit Bunch (EFB) fibre is a viable alternative raw material for the production of biomass charcoal briquettes.
Wood pellets are made from compacted sawdust or woodchips. Often, these are byproducts from sawmills and other industries that use wood. Pellets are formed under heat and pressure, which releases natural plant lignin that holds the pellets together without glue or additives.
Pelleting reduces the moisture content of the product and increases density. This not only makes it ready for shipping and reduces logistics but also gives the product higher energy density.
A fibrous oily pulp surrounds the nut and is covered by a thin smooth skin (exocarp).
The material left after palm-oil extraction contains some residual oil and includes other non-toxic elements.
The properties of the Empty Fruit Bunch (EFB) charcoal briquettes are comparable to those of commercial sawdust charcoal briquettes and a great source of renewable energy fuels. EFB fibre is a viable alternative raw material for the production of charcoal briquettes.
Take care of our planet for all our sakes
What People are Saying
“A Sustainable Future”
“The future is green energy, sustainability and renewable energy”
“Time for Action”
“The entire North Polar ice cap is disappearing before our very eyes. It’s been the size of the continental United States for the last 3 million years and now 40 percent is gone and the rest of it is going.”
“I’ve been very passionate about renewable energy for many years, particularly solar energy and its capacity to bring abundant clean, sustainable energy to millions around the globe.“
“People should have values, so by extension, a company should. And one of the things you do is give back. So how do you give back? We give back through our work in the environment, in running the company on renewable energy.”