[Stoves] (stoves) Haitian cooking
B.C. Romero Orellana
bcromero at gmail.com
Wed Jun 29 15:22:09 PDT 2011
what type of wood are you talking about? I'm interested to find out
because I need to buy 1 cubic meter of Quercus sp but someone is
requesting it from me in kilograms, and I will be alone ...woman 1.55
m. will be hard to do it all by myself.
2011/6/29 Tom Miles <tmiles at trmiles.com>:
> At 1.5 kg/person per day x 365 days = 548 kg/year or about 1 m3 of solid
> wood per year. If the wood was converted to charcoal at 10-30% yield it
> would require 10-3 m3 of solid wood per person per year.
> Anyone care to convert that to the amount of Haitian woodland necessary to
> support one person indefinitely?
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> I think the firewood is 1.5 kg per person per day.
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