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Coconut Shell as Biofuel

The price hike for fuel has always affected everyone. The growing demand for it also means that even those in the fuel industry needs to find alternatives to supply their market.


For many years, the coconut shell has been garnering attention as a fuel alternative. To most, it may be a waste, but it serves a good purpose as biofuel.



Less CO2 emission

Most times, CO2 isn't lethal to humans. However, high concentrations of CO2 in enclosed spaces can be harmful. But in the environment, it's one of the leading factors to global warming that is constantly plaguing the planet with severe environmental changes.


Helps prevent deforestation

Many of our forests are being wiped as trees are needed by energy companies to make fuel. With coconut shells as waste products (that were meant to be thrown away initially), we are minimizing the need to cut down healthy trees and instead, preserve our environment.


Reduces demand for fossil fuels

Fossil fuel is derived from oil, natural gas, and coal, and is responsible for most parts of domestic energy produced. When fossil fuels are burned, it releases carbon dioxide into the air contributing to air pollution. Coconut shell biofuel can definitely lessen the need for fossil fuel, and can even help create cleaner air.


If you're on the move to use cleaner fuel, a biofuel from coconut shells will accomplish your goal.


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