"Biochar" a new fuel produced from wastewater

Ingelia, a Spanish company that has developed a new fuel that behaves and burns like coal, with the only fundamental difference that it does not emit CO2 into the atmosphere, and that from wastewater, that is polluted water used in industry or at home.

"Biochar" is obtained by a process of thermochemical conversion, or hydrothermal carbonization, of waste. Harmful chemicals such as sulfur, nitrogen and chlorine remain in the polluting waste, allowing biofuel to escape. The latter has in all respects the appearance of coal and is cylindrical, according to the study of the company Ingelia.

An invention that could become an alternative source of energy for polluting fuels. The Spanish company may have found a solution to the climate problem

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