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Coir briquetting in Southern India progress report

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Coir briquetting in Southern India progress report
Authors (non HEDON members)
Paul Calvert
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Coir dust is the residue left after the extraction of the fibres from coconut husks. The fibres can be used to make ropes and mats, but the dust has no value, apart from very small quantities which are used as a mulch. The dust piles up outside the coir mills, and the mill-owners often pay for it to be taken away. The coir dust constitutes an environmental hazard, as it contains tannin which leaches out into the local water supply...
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32
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Technologies
011 Briquettes And Pellets
Service type
052 Process And Production
Location: continent
Asia
Location: asian countries
India
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CoirBriquetting    SouthIndia    BoilingPoint32   

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