Biocoal has a lot of potential, and these farmers have found a way to make it using crop stubble.

Punjab Farmer Turns Eco-Warrior, Single-Handedly Leads Fight Against Stubble.

Two farmers from Punjab’s Samrala city, Sukhbir Dhaliwal, and Kamaljeet Singh, who have been farming for over 30 years, have come up with their start-up, a crop residue management company, which makes biocoal with crop residue.

In 2016 and 2017, the two partners collected crop residue and sold it to biomass and cement manufacturing plants to be used as biofuel, earning Rs 30-35 lakh.