With its first fully automated test facility, Stiesdal takes another important step toward commercializing its Skyclean technology, which converts agricultural waste products to bio-coal, gases and oils.
In a press release, Stiesdal writes that the test pyrolyzer, commissioned on Wednesday, has a capacity of 200kW and can process 500 tonnes of agricultural waste per year, corresponding to a total CO2 emission reduction of nearly 600 tonnes.
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