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Introduction to Biomass Fuels, what they are, their place in the Carbon Cycle
I don’t know about this…
Isn’t this just like burning wood in a stove, or incinerating your trash?
I think I heard somewhere that the burning of biomass releases less gases than if they decompose by themselves.
No its not like burning wood in a stove or incinerating your trash. The burners are far more efficient than a traditional stove and extract far more energy from the fuel with a lot less waste product. These burners give off a lot less Carbon when they work. The fuels are developed from sources that replenish a lot faster than trees, are processed to be more efficient and which, in the process of quickly replenishing, reduce the carbon in the atmosphere via photo-synthesis.
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