15 Oct '11, 11pm

Trash to Cooking Fuel: Recycled Paper Can Replace Firewood in Haiti, Save Forests

ILF’s initiative in Haiti seeks to address these urgent problems by providing fuel saving stoves that is designed to run on either wood or briquettes that is recycled paper compressed into briquettes. This is part of a two-part solution to the problems of fuel demand and excessive waste. When using briquettes made from waste, stoves save 100% of wood or charcoal that would have been previously used. When briquettes are unavailable and wood is the only option, the stoves save 60-80% of wood as compared to cooking on a traditional fire or charcoal stove.

Full article: http://ecopreneurist.com/2011/10/15/trash-to-fuel-recycle...

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