Workshop India

A workshop was held on the 16-17.09.2010 in Phaltan, India.

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The conference output document is now available.

Biochar workshop, India. Photo by ARTI.


Presentations

Introduction to biochar & A global perspective of cook stoves & biochar – Sarah Carter

A micro study with Bio char in C3 and C4 plants in Dindigul District, Tamil Nadu – Dr Sabu Simon & M Diravia Raj

Results from two experiments of biochar addition to differing soils – Dr. V M Karunagaran & J Elango

Results from experiments in India for Biocharm project – Ramakant Prabhune

ARTI’s development of appropriate biochar technologies charing kiln and briquetteing machine – Narendra Zende

Applications of thermal pyrolytic gasification for destruction of urban municipal waste and industrial solid waste – Dr Harsh Modak (video presentation)

Biochar production as a by product of bio-oil production through pyrolysis of bio-wastes – Raul Singh Chutia

Good stoves and biochar field trials and the beehive briquette – Dr Sai Bhaskar Reddy

Demonstrations

Gasification stoves:

Sampanda stove by ARTI

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Paul Anderson’s Champion TLUD
And
EverythingNice by WorldStoves

Anila Stove by Dr Ravikumar

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Magh CM woodgas stove by Dr Reddy

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Biochar kiln:

ARTI's Biochar making kiln. Photo by ARTI.

Biochar briquette machine:

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Gasolysis machine:

Gasolysis demonstration, 17.09.2010. Photo by Samuchit

Discussions

Feedstock availability in India:

Workshop plenary session - feedstock availability in India. 17.09.2010. Picture from Samuchit

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4 Responses to “Workshop India”

  1. Dr Harsh Modak Says:

    Rochem, Mumbai (INDIA) group of companies in India & abroad, is engaged in waste to energy solutions on industrial scale using its own technology of thermal pyrolytic gasification. A video presentation was given to Mme. Sarah Carter in this very workshop at ARTI illustrating pilot plant set up at Vasai (near Mumbai, India) which demonstrates Biochar production from industrial & municipal solid waste (MSW). Apart from Biochar the unit also produces SYNGAS (mixture of CO & H2) which is used as fuel to produce electricity. A unit at Pune to dispose 700MT/day of MSW is being set up to produce 10MW power & 10MT/day Biochar. This will be operational in March 2011. Many such units will be set up in future. Dr. Modak

  2. Liz Marlia-Stein Says:

    Please send me more information about biochar and utilizing municiple waste.

    Thank you so much!

    Liz

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