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The term biomass refers to all organic matter that comes from trees, plants and animal waste that can be converted into energy; or from agriculture (corn stover, coffee, rice, macadamia) sawmill (pruning, branches, sawdust, bark) and urban waste (sewage and other organic waste). This is the oldest renewable source of energy known to man, it has been used since our ancestors discovered the secret of fire. Since prehistoric times, the most common way of using biomass energy has been through direct combustion: fires burning in the open, in ovens and craft kitchens and even in boilers; converting it into heat for the needs of heating, cooking, steam and electricity generation.

Technological advances have allowed the development of more efficient and cleaner for the conversion of biomass into energy processes; transforming, for example, liquid or gaseous fuels, which are more convenient and efficient. So apart from direct combustion, they can be distinguished two types of processes: the thermo-chemical and bio-chemical. The most important sources of biomass are forest and farmland in them as waste (stubble) that are normally left in the field to be consumed only a small percentage of them are produced for energy purposes. In agribusiness, grain drying processes generate byproducts that are used for heat generation direct combustion systems; as in the case of sugar cane bagasse, coffee husks and rice. Furthermore, urban centers generate large amounts of waste composed largely of organic matter that can be converted into energy, after proper processing.


     1. Feasibility analysis.
     2. Basic and detailed engineering.
     3. Integral Project Management.
     4. Shopping and quality
     5. Inspection and verification of supplies.
     6. Address, construction and commissioning.
     7. Maintenance of biomass facilities.