Charcoal Production

Charcoal is widely used as a domestic fuel for cooking in many towns and cities in developing countries as it is cleaner and easier to use than wood.

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    Anthony Simmons - Warwickshire College said:

    said:
    Very interesting information about charcoal burning on your website. We are looking at ways to introduce charcoal burning at Warwickshire College (Moreton Morrell Centre). Do you run courses for this or know anyone who does? Also, a supplier for metal kilns would be useful. Many thanks for your help. Anthony Simmons Countryside Management 01926 312319 (home/business)
    on 15/7/13
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    Neil Noble said:

    dawn said:

    Dear Anthony,

    Unfortunately, Practical Action doesn’t do any courses in the UK, having a focus on international development.

    Two organisations that might be able to help are….

    LILI – (Low Impact Living Initiative)
    Redfield Community
    Buckingham Road
    Winslow
    Bucks
    MK18 3LZ
    United Kingdom
    Tel / Fax: (01296) 714184
    E-mail: lili@lowimpact.org
    Website: http://www.lowimpact.org/
    Low-Impact Living Initiative (LILI) is dedicated to helping protect the global environment by promoting sustainable alternatives to various aspects of everyday life. LILI gets people involved in the production of green energy and runs workshops on bio-diesel and thermal solar panels.

    CAT (Centre for Alternative Technology)
    Machynlleth
    Powys
    SY20 9QZ
    United Kingdom
    Tel: +44 (0) 1654 702400
    Fax: +44 (0) 1654 702782
    E-mail: info@cat.org.uk
    Website: http://www.cat.org.uk

    I hope this helps.

    Good luck with your endeavours.

    Neil
    on 18/7/13

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