Firewood and charcoal are used as energy for cooking in our town and country. Also, cutting wood to make charcoal has become a dominant economic activity in rural areas. The proximity of its people with the forest encourages disordered cut. Consequently, the canopy suffers great pressure. To address this problem, several possible solutions were explored: The production of coal briquettes from the residues of agricultural or industrial crops such energy to replace firewood and ordinary coal; Energy wood production through reforestation of more than 500 ha of suitable species and factory furnaces adapted.
Granulation of sawdust provides intelligent use of by-products of wood from saw mills and rational production of a fuel efficient, natural and renewable
This solution is efficient and less costly. In addition, it will prevent the emission of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide, nitrogen and others, avoided deforestation, and the fight against poverty espe