The international community pays more and more attention to clean energy, ecological protection, circular economy, carbon neutrality, etc. At the same time, recycling agricultural and forestry wastes and reusing them has become a general consensus of all the countries in the world. In this way, people can achieve the purpose of resource regeneration and environmental protection. One of the best applications is turn agricultural and forestry waste into biomass charcoal.
How Does Agricultural and Forestry Waste Harm the Environment?
1. Occupy land and destroy the natural ecology. At present, rural garbage mainly adopted landfill, natural stacking and other treatment methods. Over time, it has occupied more and more land, not only directly affecting agricultural production and environmental health, but also potentially damaging the vegetation on the ground and the beautiful rural landscape.
2. Pollution of soil and reduce soil fertility. Waste exudate damage soil ecological balance, reduce soil fertility, affect crop growth. “White pollutants” such as plastic bags and mulch, which are difficult to decompose in the natural environment, damage the soil structure and affect its air permeability and water permeability, which seriously harm the growth of crops. According to the simulation test, when the residual waste film in the soil reaches 37-45 kg/ha, the yield of wheat and vegetables will be reduced by about 7% and 10%, respectively.
3. Water and air pollution. Direct dumping of garbage and the inflow of garbage exudate will lead to water pollution. The water in rural areas is mainly surface water and shallow groundwater, so it will cause serious consequences to rural production and life. And rural waste piled organic fermentation waste gas and wind particles always pollute the surrounding atmosphere.
Beston Agricultural and Forestry Waste Recycling Solution – Biomass Carbonization
Description of Working Process of Beston Biomass Carbonization Machine
Considering the large amount of biomass contained in agricultural and forestry waste, using waste biomass to make biochar is the most sensible choice. Beston biomass carbonization furnace places agricultural and forestry waste in a high-temperature oxygen-depleted environment to gradually heat up and heat, causing internal decomposition of molecules, resulting in biochar and non-condensable gas products.
During the entire carbonization process, a series of complex physical and chemical changes will occur in agricultural and forestry wastes. Among them, the physical changes are mainly dehydration, degassing and drying; the chemical changes are mainly thermal decomposition and thermal polycondensation.
How Does Beston Recycle Agricultural and Forestry Waste in an Environmentally Friendly Way?
Traditional agricultural and forestry waste disposal methods, such as direct landfill or as fuel, cannot be guaranteed to be completely harmless to the environment. Agricultural and forestry wastes are carbonized in a low-oxygen environment. Beston charcoal furnace does not burn raw materials directly with an open flame, and does not produce dioxins. In addition, the combustible gas generated after carbonization is re-used as a heat source to heat the carbonization furnace, and the heat utilization rate is more than doubled compared with the traditional carbonization equipment.
Besides, Beston engineers customize the exhaust gas treatment process according to customer needs. The entire biomass carbonization process is environmentally friendly, efficient and pollution-free.
The Bright Future of Agricultural and Forestry Waste Recycling
In recent years, governments around the world have increased research and investment in agricultural waste treatment and utilization technologies.
Carrying out the reuse of agricultural and forestry wastes can not only reduce the use of fossil fuels, reduce the pollution of agricultural and forestry wastes to the environment, promote the improvement of rural ecological environment, but also increase the income of farmers. It has positive economic significance for the international community to promote the sustainable development of agricultural circular economy.
The resource utilization of agricultural waste has huge development potential and bright development prospects, and will surely become one of the industries with the most development potential!