Since 2004, Africa Biomass Company has been in the forefront of the development of biomass processing such as wood chips, biofuels and more in Southern Africa.
Previously waste wood would have been discarded by burning it or unknowingly throwing away this natural gem.
Africa Biomass Company offers a viable cost-effective solution for our customers to recycle this unwanted woody biomass into usable forms.
Towards the end of 2008, the need and demand for the chipping of orchards increased to such an extent that the strategy of hand-fed chippers was switched to that of horizontal grinders, fed by a mechanical loader.
In collaboration with Môreson Grondverskuiwers, we now offer a full range of services.
Massive Water Savings
In 2017, Africa Biomass Company was involved in many projects such as to remove the invasive eucalyptus trees in the Breede River & Berg River system. The removal and recycling of these alien trees, old or unwanted orchards, vineyards or windbreaks and the use of chips as mulch are spread in new and old orchards and vineyards, led to a massive water saving that is equal to the amount of water usage of 50 000 households for one year.
Not only has Africa Biomass Company built up a substantial fleet of Bandit wood chippers for their own use as part of our wood recycling services we provide, but also offers the whole range of Bandit wood chippers to clients that wants to invest in the Bandit brand.We are privileged to serve our customers as the authorised dealer for Bandit Industries in Southern Africa.