By Otto Ruskulis et al., Published by Practical Action on 02/02/09
You can use wood as a fuel but the cost could be higher than some other fules such as crop waste.
A pilot kiln was constructed by the Building and Road Research Institute (BRRI) of the University of Khartoum in cooperation with GTZ. The fuel used was carbonized agricultural waste from cotton stalks, sunflower stalks or bagasse. The carbonized fuel, reduced to a granular size, was dispersed between the interspatial gaps amongst the green bricks during the loading of the shaft from the top.
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