Kenyan tea farm use waste sugar cane briquettes to make tea production process sustainable

Kenya-based tea farm Tebesonik has found a way to make tea production sustainable and environmentally-friendly by using briquettes made of waste sugar cane to dry tea leaves. Traditionally, processing tea requires a lot of firewood to dry the leaves, which means cutting down trees. In order to reduce deforestation, tea producers in Kenya such as Tebesonik are exploring the use of bio-energy briquettes made from … Continue reading Kenyan tea farm use waste sugar cane briquettes to make tea production process sustainable