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Oct 15, 2010 Briquettes can also be made from a wider variety of materials that can have much higher moisture contents – up to 15% – compared to those required to make pellets. “A wide array of feedstocks, some that are not pelletable, can be briquetted, including wood, agricultural residue, paper, and mixtures of feedstocks,” says Winkler

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