by Reproduced from ESCAP's Asia-Pacific Technical Monitor

Issue: 19

Journal section: General Articles
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Received: 2010-10-06


A Filipino inventor, Mr Alberto A Figueroa, has developed a unique stove burner which runs on an inexpensively processed loose particle fuel from agricultural and forest wastes such as rice husks, dried leaves, wild grass, saw dust and other low energy biomass. It is found to be ideally suited for cooking and other day-to-day needs of the rural poor...

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