Thank you for visiting our products page to learn more about our charcoal briquettes and biomass briquettes. We have developed modern innovative techniques to convert discarded charcoal waste and unwanted agricultural residue into low-cost fuel briquettes.

1) Charcoal briquettes

charcoal and biomass briquettes
charcoal briquettes used for cooking and heating

The Charcoal Briquettes are made from charcoal dust and fines salvaged from charcoal traders across the city of Nairobi. They burn for 3-4 times longer than common charcoal with no smoke, sparks or smell, making it ideal for space heating and water heating applications, as well as cooking and roasting.

2) Biomass briquettes / white briquettes / bio-briquettes

The Biomass briquettes are made from agricultural residues. They can be divided into two groups; crop residues briquettes and agro-industrial residues briquettes.
The major crop residues produced in Kenya are straws of paddy, wheat, millet, sorghum, pulses, oil seed crops,
maize stalks and cobs,cotton and mustard stalk, sugarcane trash, leaves, fibrous materials, roots,
branches and twigs with different sizes, shapes, forms and densities.
The agro-industrial residues are rice husk, groundnut shell, cotton waste, coconut shell, tamarind shell, mustard husk, coffee-husk, Cassava peel, bagasse etc.

 NB: We produce our biomass briquettes under LeJan Energy Limited. Click here to visit LeJan Energy Limited website and learn more..

The Charcoal Briquettes and Biomass Briquettes are widely used for home applications, in schools and colleges, poultry farmers, hotels and restaurants, hospitals and for industrial heating purposes among other uses.


Advantages of our products: charcoal briquettes and biomass briquettes
  • NO smoke
    white briquettes, biomass briquettes
    Biomass briquettes, very good for industrial heating purposes
  • No sparks
  • Cost friendly
  • Environmental friendly
  • Healthier, simple and clean
  • NO black and sooty fingers
  • NO odors, fumes once ignited
  • Easily disposal after cool down
  • NO kerosene, any oil to light up
  • Burns longer than common charcoal
  • The ashes could be used as plants fertilizer

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