Utilizing pineapple waste for briquette production in Africa

Utilizing pineapple waste for briquette production in Africa

The international company Del Monte has large plantations of pineapples in Kenya. Our local customer Global Supply Solutions has obtained the right to utilize Del Monte’s residues from pineapple to produce briquettes.

In Kenya it is a big problem that non sustainable wood fuel is being used extensively. The new fuel is sustainable and will be used to replace the wood fuel.

C.F. Nielsen has engineered the plant, which consists of 4x BP6510 briquetting presses and a high capacity down-sizing plant for agricultural residue. The plant will later be expanded with a drying plant.

Pineapple plantation in Kenya – All waste can be utilized for briquettes
Field with dry pineapple waste before baling
Employee showing an example of the dry pineapple waste before shredding
2 of the 4 BP6510 briquetting presses installed in the new building
BP6510 installed at site
Lay-out of complete line with shredding, milling and briquetting of pine apple waste. Engineered by C.F. Nielsen
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