Erlinda Ningsih, Henny Silvia Himawan, Helvi Marita Indriani, Dicky Agustin Aditya W


Biomass waste is increasing and very easy to find. This is an alternative to be used as a source of energy for briquettes. Research that has utilized biomass waste from agriculture as briquettes such as bagasse, cassava skin, coconut shells, husks, straw, and durian skin is quite a lot [1]. Their research results indicated that briquettes were produced according to SNI standards, namely having a moisture content range between 3-8%, ash content ranging from 5.37-15%, and having a value heat of 5000 kcal/g.

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