They presented a project entitled “Enva-Clean Fuel”.
According to the group, in a bid to deal with “after-harvest” waste issues and to find a sustainable alternative for wood fuel, they came up with the Enva-Clean Fuel.
The fuel is a conversion of the “after-harvest” waste into charcoal briquettes, using the local concept of charcoal making.
Enva-Clean Fuel produces less smoke, burns longer, produces more heat and does not require trees to be cut down thereby conserving the forest.
Her prize is a fully sponsored trip to Berlin, Germany to represent Ghana in the International Falling Walls Lab in November, 2019.
The Falling Walls Lab competition is a challenging and interdisciplinary platform that offers the opportunity for excellent academics and professionals to present their innovative ideas, research projects and social initiatives.
A prestigious jury from science and business awards the best participants.
Charlotte making her presentation at the event
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