How to transform woody waste into fuel briquettes

An illustrated step-by-step guide to making charcoal briquettes from woody waste such as dried leaves, coconut shell and groundnut shell. The briquettes make a low-smoke cooking fuel that is cheaper than standard charcoal and does not involve cutting down trees.

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