I am in Grand Cayman and dont have any large agricultural by products or saw mills. But I do have a large amount of paper and cardboard. What I was wondering if I make this into briquetts and need to add a liquid binder to the dry paper rather than using water could used cooking oil which I have available? cooking oil is 130,000BTU's per gal. It would make for a more dense product with a higher BTU value would that translate to more syngas? or a longer burn time? I can also get 10,000 gal/month of used motor oil. Would that be an option to use or would tars become a problem. These would just be added in small quanities to help make a solid briquette.
paper briquetts with cooking oil as a binder
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