The topic is interesting.
For my knowledge. This means any of the vegetative material that we get from the farm, is converted into some form of a brick which can be used in place of fuel?
This sounds very interesting, if it makes economic sense. I was at a large FMCG factory, i saw something like this there, it looked like a large wine bottle cork, so i chked with the person there, he explained something similar to what we r discussing here. they used all the waste paper, and cartons, and wooden pallets to make these oversized corks. But i was told they were doing it like some kind of duty towards society, plus u know how these global fmcg cos are, they are also very conscious abt carbon footprint. Hence my question. is this economically viable ? or is it only for a social cause.
Please throw some light on this please.