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Dishes on the grill using charcoal

Dishes on the grill is difficult to imagine in a normal city apartment.  Immediately it seems - the heat of embers and kebabs for every taste: meat, fish, vegetables, mushroom ... And maybe ear or any soup, rice or goulash cooked in a cauldron on the grill?

Features of the production of charcoal

 Charcoal consists almost entirely of carbon, has no harmful impurities, and is practically an environmentally friendly product.  In addition, it is known as one of the most efficient fuels, as it does not pollute the atmosphere with harmful emissions.
 Coal production, as a business, is a sought-after business, always provided by customers, therefore, as a business of its own, would be an excellent solution.

Forgotten technology of the future

To date, several projects have been implemented in the world for the commissioning of methane production plants from wood waste.  The obtained results give hope for their further successful use.

Gasification technology of solid plant biomass

At the end of the 20th and the beginning of the 21st centuries, the whole world started talking about reducing the world reserves of coal, oil and gas.  The constant increase in the cost of natural fuel reserves, forced to recall the technology of gasification of solid plant biomass, and especially wood.  Previously, these technologies were considered as the generation of additional thermal energy; today, the possibility of operating gas generators from biomass wastes is being considered as their processing for combined generation of heat and electric energy.

The method of producing synthesis gas from plant waste.

 In the years 1930-1950, condensed fuel gasification technologies began.  Later in the 60-70s of the twentieth century, the growth of natural gas and oil production increased significantly, the competitiveness of gasification of solid fuels decreased, and the production of synthesis gases almost stopped.

The history of charcoal

People made charcoal from ancient times, this is confirmed by archaeological finds.  Well-known blacksmiths worked on charcoal. It was mined, as a rule, in two ways: “stack” and “wild boar” or heap and pit charring.  These technologies were simple, lasted about a month and required constant monitoring of the process. 

Green Energy

In the developed countries of the European Union, the development of "green" energy began several decades ago.  When switching to renewable energy sources, Europeans, in the first place, thought about improving the environmental situation.  For ordinary Ukrainians, alas, environmental problems are not particularly significant, many of them simply do not have enough money for food.  In this case, there may be another argument - the emergence of new jobs at the launch of such projects.

Alternative ways to recycle wood waste

Trees serve man all their lives.  It’s hard to imagine our life without them.  They not only allow us to breathe clean air, of which we build our home, we make furniture.  They feed us and dress in the truest sense of the word, since the most high-quality raw materials for obtaining viscose fibers or artificial silk are obtained from all the same coniferous trees.

Pyrolysis is one of the types of non-waste processing of wood waste

Pyrolysis, sometimes this process is called destructive distillation, is the thermal decomposition of organic waste without oxygen. The result of this process produces synthesis gas and other products. Get the ingredients depend on the types of feedstock, process temperature, pressure and residence time in the chamber. 

Protection of the environment

In the relationship of man and nature, the leading role initially belongs to the nature. Nature – the cradle of life for all people, the whole world that surrounds us. Our environment exists both in animate and inanimate form, but the diversity of nature affects our life. 


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