Recently, EFB (Empty Fruit Bunch) biochar production project is going smoothly in Indonesia. A set of BST-10 biochar production equipment is in the installation stage. A large accumulation of EFB is inevitable in the palm plantation industry. This Indonesian customer has also been suffering from this problem. Based on this customer’s need for waste reduction, Beston Group proposed a recycling plan for biochar production. If you want to know more details about this project, keep reading.
Detailed Information on EFB Recycling Project in Indonesia
- Customer Industry: palm plantation;
- Waste Type: palm fiber from EFB;
- Recycling Solution: biochar production;
- Biochar Application: soil improvement;
- Equipment Model: BST-10;
- Working Capacity: 2-4m³/h;
- Configuration Plan: dryer + biochar reactor;
- Installation Method: engineer’s on-site installation guidance;
- Project Progress Stage: equipment installation;
Why Biochar Production is a Good Choice for Processing EFB?
EFB (Empty Fruit Bunch) is the residue from palm processing and it contains a large amount of palm fiber. How to reduce and resource EFB is a difficult problem for the palm processing industry Beston Group’s biochar production solution just meets the needs of customers. The following are the main reasons for choosing this solution to handle EFB.
High EFB Reduction Efficiency
In some countries where the palm is a major cash crop, especially Indonesia, efficient EFB processing has always been a problem. This is also what this Indonesian customer expected. This not only takes up a lot of space but also causes a waste of resources. In particular, Beston’s continuous biochar production equipment has a high degree of automation and a large processing capacity. This greatly alleviates the problem of EFB build-up.
Diversified EFB Recycling Product Applications
In general, EFB is usually used as fuel and compost. These methods can hurt the environment. Biochar production uses eco-friendly biomass pyrolysis technology. The biochar produced by this technology has many uses. This Indonesian customer uses biochar to improve the soil environment. In addition, biochar can also be used as feed additives, eco-friendly building materials, carbon sequestration, etc. Therefore, the biochar production solution gives EFB more recycling value.
Get Your Palm Processing Waste Recycling Solution
After the installation of biochar production equipment is completed, our engineers will assist customers with test operations. After troubleshooting possible problems, the project will be officially put into production. We will continue to update you on the latest progress of the project in the future, so please stay tuned. If you are also interested in a palm waste recycling project, tell us your needs. Our project consultants will contact you within 24 hours.