Bio Fuel Briquettes
Cow manure, charcoal dust, sawdust, plant and paper waste is mixed with water and poured into a cylinder that is them compressed to remove all the water from the mixture. The result is a fuel briquette that burns similar to charcoal.
Producing bio-fuel from bio-waste is an effective way to reduce deforestation associated with charcoal production. A single person can produce as many as 150 briquettes in one day. These can then be sold at a similar price to charcoal. Thus, creating an eco-friendly and economically viable source of fuel at no cost.