Production of briquettes from charcoal dust, cassava flour, ash and cow dung
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Bioenergy, which originated from agricultural crop residue and industrial waste, has been studied for sustainable energy generation. As a raw material for briquettes production, agricultural-crop residue, industrial waste, sewage, sludge, or other plants can be used. Briquettes have numerous advantages as they directly help to reduce waste generation and handling. The possibilities of the briquetting, qualities, and other essential factors for briquette production have been discussed. The alternative methods of Briquetting have been addressed with the comparison. The characteristics of the raw materials for briquettes production have been discussed to identify the best agricultural crop residue for briquettes. The properties of binding agents for the briquetting process have been discussed to identify the most practically available binding agent.