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Biomass Carbonization Solution in Brazil – Make Biochar

To recycle waste biomass in Brazil and maximize its value, our customers prefer to use a biomass carbonization machine to solve this problem. Brazil customers contact Beston and get a perfect solution. This project was started in 2020 and it’s still running well.

Biomass Carbonization Machine Shipped to Brazil
Biomass Carbonization Machine Shipped to Brazil

Biomass Carbonization Business in Brazil

Available raw materials for making biochar in Brazil include sugarance bagasse, bamboo, wood, peanut shells, coffee shells, nuts and other solid wastes. After carbonization, the waste can be turned into biochar. Biochar is often used as BBQ charcoal, industrial fuel or soil conditioner in Brazil.

Sugarcane Bagasse
Sugarcane Bagasse

Bamboo
Bamboo

Palm Kernel Shell
Palm Kernel Shell

Coffee Husk
Coffee Husk

Hazelnut Husk
Hazelnut Husk

Shipping Details of Biochar Machine to Brazil

At that time, the complete set of biomass carbonization furnace was carefully inspected and shipped to the truck. Ship at the time and place agreed in the contract. Brazilian customers are very satisfied with our production and delivery speed. The after-sales service team has been in constant contact with the Brazilian customers, sending them pictures and videos related to the shipment. This is also a point that reassures customers.

Biomass Carbonization Machine in Beston Factory
Biomass Carbonization Machine in Beston Factory
Biomass Carbonization Machine at the Port
Biomass Carbonization Machine at the Port

Advantages of Biomass Carbonization Business in Brazil

Brazil passed legislation in 2017 to approve the National Biofuel Policy, which aims to increase the use of biofuels, including sugar cane, across the country, improve energy security and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. In 2020, Brazil’s sugarcane generated 2.26 billion kWh of electricity, accounting for 82% of the country’s total biomass power generation. The Brazilian Sugar Cane Industry Association believes that by 2030, Brazil’s biomass power generation capacity will increase by more than 55%.

For a long time, the Sao Paulo state government has been committed to promoting the application of biomass energy through a number of initiatives. These policies are calling on investors to work on biomass recycling. If you are interested in biomass pyrolysis, please leave a message here. Beston supports you with everything.

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