Easily Pelletize Eco-Friendly Materials

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65% Reduction

It takes 70 days to grow a crop of grass pellet fuel. It takes 70 million years to grow a crop of fossil fuel. Grass pellets have great potential as a low-tech, small-scale, environmentally-friendly, renewable energy system that can be locally produced, locally processed and locally consumed.

As the US focuses on energy security, grass bio-energy is one of the ways that rural communities can move towards energy security.

Landfill Ellimination

In many states yard waste, green vegetative organic material like brush, leaves, grass, etc. have been banned from landfills because biodegradable waste in landfill breaks down to biogas containing methane, which if not captured is a potent greenhouse gas. Alternately, the yard waste can be pelletized and directly burned for heat or used for mulch or soil amendments.

New Found Profit

With the new CAFO regulations the time is right for you to consider pelletizing your animal waste and creating a new revenue source while complying with potentially burdensome government rules.

The advantages of manure pelletizing are:

  • Reduces harmful nitrate runoff into waterways
  • Provides a totally safe growing medium that is friendly to people, pets and the environment
  • Decreases the need for expensive, water-soluble, chemical-based fertilizers that create harmful runoff into waterways and groundwater supplies

Successfully Pelletized Materials

  • Alfalfa Meal
  • Algae
  • BioChar
  • Dried Animal Feed
  • Fish Animal Feed, Dairy
  • Animal Feed, Fish
  • Animal Feed, Pig Starter
  • Bagasse “Sugar Cane”
  • Beet Pulp
  • Burlap
  • Carbon
  • Cardboard
  • Cannabis
  • Carrot
  • Cellulose Dust
  • Chicken Feathers
  • Chicken Litter
  • Clover Orchardgrass
  • Coffee Grounds
  • Coffee Husks
  • Compost
  • Corn Cob
  • Cob Dust
  • Corn Cob for Bedding
  • Corn Screenings
  • Corn Stalks, High Moisture Chemically Treated
  • Corn Stover
  • Crop Residue Mix (Hay, Corn Gluten, Cardboard)
  • Diaper Tailings
  • Dried Distillers
  • Grains
  • Drywall Board
  • Drywall Paper
  • Flax Straw
  • Feather Meal
  • Grape Vine Cutting
  • Grass Clippings
  • Hardwood Sawdust for Fuel
  • Hemp (pre and post extraction)
  • Hickory
  • Hops
  • Horse Manure
  • Juniper
  • Laser Toner
  • Leaves
  • Lentil Hulls
  • Palm
  • Paper
  • Particle Board
  • Pea Hulls
  • Peanut Shells
  • Peat Moss
  • Pecan Shells
  • Pine Needles
  • Plywood
  • Pollen
  • Polyethylene Fluff
  • Polyethylene
  • Polyethylene, High Density
  • Polypropylene
  • Rabbit Manure
  • Red Dye #40
  • Reed Canary Grass
  • Rice Husks
  • Sawdust for Bedding
  • Softwood Sawdust for Fuel
  • Soy Flour
  • Soybean Screenings
  • Soybean Straw
  • Straw for Bedding
  • Switchgrass
  • Timothy Hay
  • Tire Textiles
  • Tobacco Stalks
  • Tofu
  • Tree Trimmings
  • Turkey Litter
  • Walnut Shells
  • Wheat Screenings
  • Wheat Straw
  • Willow
  • Wood Mulch
  • Wood Pallet Material