1. 19/6/1995 Sawdust cookers (or cookstoves) burn sawdust, wood shavings, rice hulls, or similar materials, producing a moderate heat for an extended time.
  2. Abstract, Scientific Research, 2019 Many timber producing countries generate more than 2 million m3of sawdust annually. In developing countries, sawdust is often disposed of by open dumping, open burning, or dumping in landfills. This poses huge environmental challenges related to air pollution,...
  3. Brochure Worms you buy from a worm farm or supplier are generally either Red Wiggler Worms, Eisenia fetida, or European Night Crawlers, Eisenia hortensis. But many worms are called Composting Worms. The Red Wiggler, Eisenia fetida, is best as is lives in the top 18” of the soil and eats 1/2 its...
  4. Oyster Mushrooms obtain their nutrients by decomposing various agricultural byproducts. In the early 1990's, 'coco lumber' was given great attention as a substitute for hardwood.
  5. 1/1/2001 Estas estufas son útiles en áreas donde el aserrín es un producto de desecho fácilmente disponible. El aserrín u otro combustible se apisonan bien en un marco de ladrillos o lata y arderá en forma bastante limpia con poco humo. Estas estufas pueden llevar a ebullición un galón de agua en...
  6. 1/1/1975 An inexpensive home-made stove for burning loose sawdust is described. The stove, which is in common use in other parts of the world, can heat a room 20 feet square for 6 to 10 hours without tending. VITA Tech Bulletin 51029-BK