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    1 : Distinguish Between Briquettes And Coal
    2 : Briquette Coal Today we are going to discuss that what is the difference between coal and briquettes. We hear the name call, but briquettes I think new for us. Black coal is made with chemical which pollute the environment when it burns.
    3 : What is Biomass Briquettes? In our daily life thousand tons of waste material discharged by human activity or by industrialist but we do not know that how to use it effectively so we either burnt it or dumped into the sea which cause pollution.
    4 : How Briquettes Are Made? So to overcome with this problem briquette plant manufacturer introduces a technology which converts waste material into solid fuel that is biomass briquette machine. All the divested material collected and compressed under high pressure without using ash so it is eco-pleasant process to make briquettes. Briquettes are used to heat industrial boilers.
    5 : Advantages Of Briquettes Briquettes are also known as white coal due to its eco-friendly feature. In rural area where electricity and LPG not available easily, but briquette plant through we can make briquettes which are also used in cooking. In ancient time coal was used as the main source of energy, but coal pollutes the climate and supply of coal is limited while demand is high.
    6 : Black Coal: Coal is a flammable sedimentary rock  composed mostly of carbon and hydrocarbons . It is the most abundant fossil fuel  produced in the United States, but it is a nonrenewable resource.
    7 : Briquetting Machine
    8 : Conclusion While briquette press is totally opposite of it. Briquettes are made from agricultural waste and industrial waste so no question arise about pollution.
    9 : Stay Connected Let’s save our mother Earth
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