30-Oct-2015 - The UNFCCC has published its latest annual monitoring report on Angkor Bio Cogen, the rice husk-fired power station in Cambodia that has a TORBED EBR at its heart. The report and its predecessors remain available on the UNFCCC website under project reference 0363. These provide easily available external validation of the long term operational effectiveness of the TORBED in an operating power station. They also confirm the TORBED reactor’s unique ability to combust rice husk without producing crystalline silica ash, which is highly carcinogenic. In addition to the health benefits, the amorphous silica produced by the TORBED combustor has a wide range of valuable industrial uses.