Biochar production from agro-food industry residues: A sustainable approach for soil and environmental management

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Parmar, Aditya; Nema, Prabhat K.; Agarwal, Tripti;
(2014)
  • Publisher: Indian Academy of Sciences
  • Subject: S1

Advance biochar production technique, hydrothermal carbonization (HTC, wet pyrolysis) offers an option to tap the benefits of biomass residues of food industry characterized by high moisture and low calorific value. HTC is more energy efficient due to its low temperatur... View more
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