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Biomass briquettes are a biofuel substitute to coal and charcoal. They are used to heat industrial boilers in order to produce electricity from steam. The briquettes are cofired with coal in order to create the heat supplied to the boiler.

Biomass briquettes, mostly made of green waste and other organic materials, are commonly used for electricity generation, heat, and cooking fuel. These compressed compounds contain various organic materials, including rice husk, bagasse, ground nut shells, municipal solid waste, and agricultural waste.

The composition of the briquettes is subject to the availability of raw materials. The raw materials are gathered and compressed into briquettes for longer combustion and easier transportation. These briquettes are very different from charcoal because they do not have large concentrations of carbonaceous substances and added materials. Compared to fossil fuels, the briquettes produce low net total greenhouse gas emissions because the materials used are already a part of the carbon cycle and nothing new is introduced in the cycle.

The global biomass briquette market was valued at USD 320 million in 2020 and is projected to reach USD 612.6 million by 2026, growing at a CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) of 7.3% during this period.



  • Ecological Effect.

    The main raw material for biomass Productsion is plant straw, its application can objectively solve the problem of straw non-organized combustion, thereby reducing the emission of air pollutants.

  • Improve the economic value from crop cultivation

    Straw belongs to the non-output part of cash crops. In the follow-up application process, straw can form a comprehensive utilization of crops by extending the industrial chain

  • Reduce the emission of pollutants

    Biomass fuels do not produce sulfur dioxide in the combustion process and produce a small amount of nitrogen oxides, the main air pollutant is smoke and dust

  • Large amount of phosphorus

    Dust (grass ash) produced by biomass combustion contains a large amount of phosphorus, which can be used as phosphorus fertilizer for backfilling in agricultural Productsion, so there is no need to increase additional costs for subsequent solid waste disposal.

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