Rebuilding Haiti must start from the ground up, with agricultural education
Top Lit Up Draft gasifiers stoves are the best stove design for Haiti!
Haiti Reconstruction International brought this stove to Haiti. It cooked hundreds of meals for Haitians on 3 demonstrations in Arcahaie and Delmas.
This stove will be in an enclosure that will be safe, made by local technicians with local materials.
It can be used to heat more than one dish at a time with a cook top.
Stoves can be made to burn natural fuel as is, small fuel briquettes or pellets
We worked in co-oporation with Eko Ayiti who's stoves are also excellent!
People were astonished how clean these stoves burned, and how little fuel they use. They could see how they will save lives and trees by eliminating the need for charcoal.
The people after the Latino Service was especially interested when we told them their relatives still living where they burn wood or charcoal can make these for a business and conserve their country at the same time.
Chip Energy designed us a new BIOMASS PIPE STOVE
President Paul Wever is craftsman and engineer working with V.P. Paul Anderson PH.D. Consultant, creator and developer of clean-burning cookstoves
Has developed a great stove which can be easily assembled in country and can be designed with pots skirt and windshields to our specifications.
It is made with common stove pipe that will stand up to high temperatures, and ships compact and easily to local assembly shops in Haiti at a very reasonable price.
Toxicity: The TLUDs are smoke burner stoves, so there should not be any smoke that comes out, therefore no toxic smoke (unless an unattended fire extinguishes at the top and continues to make the smoke.)
The word "emissions" is better than smoke. All stoves have emissions.
The TLUDs have the lowest for stoves that use dry solid biomass.
Mainly water vapor and CO2.
Click here for a very good resource for school children to learn science and how we can reduce greenhouse gases by showing them how to build a pyrolitic stove out of tin cans. This also explains how to finely tune stoves to burn the gases completely for different density fuels.
We will be testing strange fuels from the US but we have to test vetiver and others from Haiti which we cannot find from northern climates.