Our research in cooking stoves issues was initiated in 2003 by World Wildlife Fund for nature (WWF) Finland as a collaborative project with the Product and Strategic Design Department of University of Art and Design in Helsinki. The project research was a collective effort by 5 international students, Heidi (Norway), Dan (Romania), Duncan (UK), Terro (Finland), Rok (Slovenia) and supervised by Simo Puintila (Finland). Our proposal consisted of diverse ideas for field interventions all related to the issues of cooking stoves using biomass briquettes made locally from bio-waste material.
In January, 2004, Heidi, Duncan and me were sponsored to seed our ideas in Chembe, Malawi, where the initiative pilot project already started by WWF in 2001.
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re: hydraform process – seems that with an (earth) ramp the form contents could be compressed with an automobile.
Hi Russel, can you point to how this could be done?
biomass briquette is such a wonderful product to generate energy main object behind producing briquette is waste converts in valuable thing and environment sustain clean and healthy.
briquette is such an wonderful product to generate electricity and heat. biomass briquette is used in industries as well as in home based. and we can keep environment clean