The Utilization of Bamboo Residues and Grease Waste for Charcoal Briquette Production

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This study aims to investigate appropriate utilization of mixing grease waste (GW) from a canteen’s grease trap with bamboo residues charcoal (BC) to produce briquette fuel in the various ratio by weight, 1:2, 2:2, 3:2 and 4:2 (GW:BC). The physical and chemical properties of briquette fuel were analyzed to verify its heating value components as specified by the American Society for Testing and Material (ASTM). The results showed that the mixture of all components could produce charcoal briquette fuel. The GW:BC mixing ratios 3:2 and 4:2 have heating values exceeding the minimum requirement under the Thai Community Product Standard (tcps 238/2004). The briquettes mixing ratio of 3:2 was suitable for utilization. The heating value high to 7,938 cal/g on a dry basis.The charcoal briquette mixed with grease waste can be a feasible alternative energy source for incinerating which minimize to reduce waste.

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Ruangdet Wongla

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154-158

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S. Pongthornpruek and A. Sasitharanuwat, "The Utilization of Bamboo Residues and Grease Waste for Charcoal Briquette Production", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 886, pp. 154-158, 2019

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January 2019

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