Vegetative Waste Power Plants in Alternative Sectors in Fire Endangered Areas

    In these forested areas, which increase the potential fire risk and need to be cleaned by reducing the flammable material load, fine combustibles and branch residues in the substrate must be removed from the field. In areas at high fire risk; In order to finance the fuel raw material reduction activities to be carried out economically, the model will identify potential risky areas in advance and draw attention to new work areas.

    The woody residual raw materials that can be obtained in these fields will both reduce the risk of fire and provide double-sided benefits by creating new energy and employment sources that do not pollute the nature. Residues consisting of thin branches are used in the production of natural fertilizers and pellets; thicker materials will be evaluated in paper, particle board and energy production, and new potential regions may emerge for this purpose.