Do you know where your expensive charcoal comes from? Is it contributing to deforestation in Kenya? Don’t worry any more and join the thousands of people who are growing, making and using their own homegrown free charcoal. When you control the entire ‘seed-to-ash’ cycle of biomass energy, its a win for you and a win for your environment.

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Cookswell Charcoal Making Kiln, Small

KSh 6,500.00KSh 7,700.00

The small kiln is the perfect choice for a household who wants to invest growing their own off-grid cooking energy. Approximate yield is 100kgs biomass creates 25-30kgs charcoal.

Easily make your own charcoal from tree branch prunings, dried maize cobs, bamboo offcuts or even coconut husks. We also offer the option to add on a smoke trap pipe, which enables you to collect 5-10liters wood smoke vinegar, ideal for pest control and fertilizer.

Click here for a brief video with an overview on how to use your kiln.

Included in your purchase: step-by step instructions, a pair of safety gloves, and a pack of tree seedballs so you can plant your own forest.

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Cookswell Charcoal Making Kiln, Large

KSh 18,000.00KSh 20,000.00

This large kiln is ideal for any business that relies on a large amount of charcoal use such as tented camps, nyama choma stands and farms. Easily make your own charcoal from tree branch prunings, dried maize cobs, bamboo offcuts or even coconut husks. Approximate yield is 100kgs biomass creates 25-30kgs charcoal. We also offer the option to add on a smoke trap pipe, which enables you to collect 5-10liters wood smoke vinegar, ideal for pest control and fertilizer.

Click here for a brief video with an overview on how to use your kiln.

Included in your purchase: step-by step instructions, a pair of safety gloves, and a pack of tree seedballs so you can plant your own forest!