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Improving the environment one block at a time.

Improving the environment one block at a time.

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  • 2. WOOD - HARD SHELLS (Cellulose, Lignum & Water) External Heating: Surface exposed to heat Wood Burning Process
  • 3. WOOD - HARD SHELLS (Cellulose, Lignum & Water) Heat decomposes the chemical structure of wood and light pyrolysis products volatilize from the surface Wood Burning Process
  • 4. WOOD - HARD SHELLS (Cellulose, Lignum & Water)
    • Reactions:
    • Heat
    • More Reactions
    • More Heat
    • More Reactions
    • ……
    • Chain Reaction
    Wood Burning Process Combustion: Pyrolysis products react with oxygen External heating and combustion reactions : More heat on the surface PYROLYSIS GASES
  • 5. WOOD - HARD SHELLS (Cellulose, Lignum & Water) cellulose combustion strongly endothermic Wood Burning Process : Very Inefficient and polluting “ tar” (levoglucosan) “ active” cellulose Flammable gases/ vapours
    • carbon,CO2, H2O, CO - free radicals - carbonyl groups etc
    ca. 300C endothermic ca. 200C slightly endothermic endothermic endothermic
  • 6. WHAT IS CHARCOAL
    • Sold residue of carbon & low tar when wood is carbonized or pyrolysis
    • Half burnt wood in its original form
    • 30% to 35% by weight of wood
  • 7. CHARCOAL (CHAR)
    • Oldest chemical process
    • Driver for bronze & iron age
    • Good source for energy (fuel)
    • Burns hotter & cleaner
    • Raw material or activated carbon (air & water purification)
    • Domestic BBQ fuel
  • 8. HOW IS CHARCOAL MADE
    • Pyrolysis (chemical degradation, carbonization) is the conversion of wood to disoriented carbon structure with low volatile content.
    • Charcoals made by burning wood slowly in a controlled environment in the absence of air
  • 9. Pit method of charring coconut shells 3
  • 10. Pit method of charring
    • Using earth as a shield against O2 and insulating shells against excess loss of heat
    • Earth forms the necessary gas-tight insulating barrier behind which carbonization takes place with out leakage of air.
  • 11. Pit method of charring
  • 12. Drum method of charring
  • 13. Pit method of charring
    • Using earth as a shield against O2 and insulating shells against excess loss of heat
    • Earth forms the necessary gas-tight insulating barrier behind which carbonization takes place with out leakage of air.
  • 14. Pyrolysis & Gasification
    • Unique Filtrex Technology
    • Avoidance of Methane and CO2 emission that occurs in pit/drum charring process to make equivalent amount of char.
    • Scale up to 7 to 9 T/day per reactor
  • 15. ACTIVATED COCONUT CARBON 120,000 T Activated Carbon 360,000 T Charred Shells
  • 16. ACTIVATED COCONUT CARBON 1.1 Billion Kg of Shells 11 Billion Coconuts
  • 17. ENVIRONMENTAL AFFECTS 650 MT VOC 360 MT Charred Shells
  • 18. ENVIRONMENTAL AFFECTS 650 MT VOC 360 MT Charred Shells
  • 19. ENVIRONMENTAL AFFECTS 650 MT VOC 360 MT Charred Shells
  • 20. ENVIRONMENTAL AFFECTS 10 inch Blocks
  • 21. V I S I O N Working with “like-minded” partners to eliminate the Global Green House emission caused by charring of coconut shells in current methods of charring.
  • 22. M I S S I O N
    • Increase the awareness of environment impact of using coconut shell char generated by pit method
    • Develop and implement business models to channel resources and technology with equitable partners in all countries producing coconut shell char in pit method
    • Improve the conditions of workers working in the char producing industry. Support local workers with higher earnings, education funding, health care and better quality of life.
  • 23. Strategy
    • Support all stake holders in their desire to meet their CDM commitments
    • Rapid proliferation of charring plants in India and ASEAN region in partnership with local char producers.
    • Install activation plants in areas that are economically feasible.
    • All partnership organizations to be totally committed to the welfare of the workers.
  • 24. Green Carbon Certification Process GREEN CERTIFICATION & CER DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT
  • 25. Green Carbon Certification Process
    • Ecocarb :
    • Provides technology and resources
    • Comply with UN CDM approved protocol
    • Monitoring/recording of VOC emission
    • Local employment and economical/health/education
    • Certified Char sold to activated plant and other users
    High Iodine Value Green Char High Performance Activated Green Carbon
  • 26. Green Carbon Certification Process
    • C Trade Responsibilities :
    • PIN and PDD for Kyoto Protocol Registration
    • Verification/Validation and Issuance of CER
    • US EPA certification for Green Carbon and Green Block
    • Transfer of CER credit to Green Carbon Users
  • 27. Green Carbon Certification Process
    • Benefits for Green Carbon Users
    • US EPA certification for Green Products
    • CER credits to meet CDM requirements
    • Certification for Participation in
    Emission Reduction Use of Renewable Resources Regional impact on economic/ health/social aspects
  • 28. Eco Partners Stewardship and Network
    • To be the Change Agents
    • Our share of decreasing Green House Gas emission
    • Use of renewable resources
    • Pollution free filtration of Water & Air