• Fertiliser Sales
    as a bi-product of a Suxé Energy Centre

  • Making fertiliser
    from residual ash from the Power Station

  • Unique Design that sets
    modern standards

Wood Ash for fertiliser

A power station operating on Wood or bamboo will make substantial quantities of wood ash . This can be turned into a commercial fertiliser for resale. A 50 MWe power station burning wood or bamboo will produce 60 tonnes a month of ash. When mixed with other elements the volume will double, creating 120 tonnes of fertiliser for resale every month.

Elements

Wood ash is primarily composed of calcium, potassium, phosphorus, and magnesium, but also contains trace amounts of iron, manganese, sodium, boron, zinc, copper, and molybdenum. Nearly all plants benefit from the potash content of wood ashes. Other components of the ashes are beneficial to the soil and plant growth as well.

Making Fertiliser

Because it’s created through the combustion of plant materials, it holds many of the elements needed to support new growth and has long been used by gardeners and farmers as a natural soil amendment.
Mixing wood ash with burnt bone material and composted with vegetable matter an manure, makes a high grade fertiliser.

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Commercial Fertiliser

As any farmer will tell you, fertiliser is expensive. 120 tonnes or 2400 50Kg bags a month will generate substantial turnover.

2016

More than R250K per month in fertiliser sales.

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Suxé have been providing combustion equipment and burner solutions across the World since 1951. The basic principles have remained the same whilst the designs have been modernised to deal with 21st Century fuel source requirements. Modern solutions to modern problems.

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