New Livanu Carbon plant in Latvia

Livanu Carbon has invested 4.2 million Euros in establishing a new charcoal production plant in Livani, Latvia. This will make the company the largest charcoal producer in the Baltic States, with plans to increase production capacity to 7,000 tons per year. To achieve these increases the company will be using innovative processes created by the Lambiotte company in Belgium.

‘The Lambiotte process is characterized by a very high production yield ; only pyroligneous vapours are burnt inside the retort, not wood, nor charcoal, giving an output of charcoal twice to five times higher than other processes.’ As quoted from the Lambiotte website.

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