white coal


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white coal

[′wīt ′kōl]
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More than 200 units are involved in the production of white coal around Ganganagar, Kota and Jaipur.
Rajasthan has emerged as the hub for the production of white coal due to the availability of raw material and favourable climatic conditions.
The environmentalists have lauded the production of white coal as they make optimum utilisation of agricultural waste and also help the farmers to earn more money.
Around fifty units have been setup during last few years, around Ganganagar, Kota and Jaipur cities that produce white coal.
Mukesh, a white coal producer, said the mixture of agricultural wastes like mustard sticks and the sesame seeds oilcake are used as bio-fuel.
According to environmentalists, white coal is the future fuel as it has very low-level of carbon emission and has higher calorific value compared to regular fuels.
Place chops 2 to 3 inches above white coals and cook meat on both sides (3 to 4 minutes for medium rare), turning frequently so marinade doesn't burn.
There was everything in heaven tonight until the town crier tossed white coals into the rumble seat of death's carriage stalled at the curb and burned to a whistle.