Abstract: The paper presents the results of a project focused on the development of briquettes from waste. Today, the biggest problem that our country is facing how the waste that we generate can be disposed of properly. Every day, 1.6 lakhs tonnes of waste is generated in India. This waste currently lacks a useful purpose, and its indiscriminate burning generates co, co2 emissions . Biomass briquettes are a bio-fuel substitute to coal and charcoal . Briquettes are mostly used in the developing world [country] where cooking fuels are not as easily available. People have been using biomass briquettes since before recorded history. Biomass briquettes are a renewable source of energy and avoid adding fossils, carbon to the atmosphere . The briquettes are perfect substitute for the fuels which affect the environment.
Keywords: Bio-fuel, Briquettes machine, calorific value, incentives.