Whitton Heat Plant uses Walnut shells

Whitton Heat Plant uses Walnut shells

Know how from Pyrocal Pty Ltd is making use of waste walnut shells in a heat plant in Whitton. The process creates a duel outcome – both biochar and also heat used at the Whitton Gin Plant.

Specialist engin­eer James Joyce has developed a hi-tech furnace based on continuous carbonisation, which can turn nut, cotton, grape, citrus and wine waste — all prod­uced in large quantities in the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area around Griffith and Leeton — into rich black biochar.

mailto:office@pyrocal.com.au
Contact: James Joyce
Phone: 07 4639 2009

Media Coverage: Waste Solution: Cotton Farmer Turns Waste to Biochar, The Australian, Aug 13, 2015

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