In the Kharkiv region, Nairi is producing biofuels from sunflower husks, highlights agricultural firm owner Arsen Tovmasyan in an interview to Kurkul.com (UK).
Nairi is engaged in crop farming in the fields around the village of Nadezhdovka (Lozovsky district) and has a plant for the production of oil.
Wastes from the processing the owners of agricultural firm used economically – produce fuel pellets from sunflower husks.
Production of fuel pellets has pushed owners to start the greenhouse business. They installed special equipment in the boilers to save on heating.
“We have a waste-free production. Someone throws away the husks and we heat our greenhouses with it. Today’s high cost of energy, I think, the number of greenhouses in Ukraine will be reduced. Gas is very expensive. But I think time will show the greenhouse, which is heated by biofuels, is very profitable,” said Arsen Tovmasyan.
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