Welcome to Rashmi 6 Paradigm Limited

Rashmi 6 Paradigm Limited uses agri and wood waste as raw materials for bioenergy production. We look forward to minimizing agricultural waste and its environmental impact and promoting rural development by creating extra streams of earning for farmers in tandem with India’s target of net zero emissions by 2070, thereby helping the country achieve a balance between the greenhouse gases put into the atmosphere and those taken out.

Coconut Shells

One of the primary raw materials for the production of Bio Pellets is coconut shells. These abandoned shells, which were formerly considered rubbish, are now being used to generate renewable energy and help create a more environmentally friendly future. The coconut shell is a great source of biomass due to its high lignocellulosic content and calorific value. Coconut shells can be effectively turned into biochar, bio-oil, or syngas, which can be used for producing heat and electricity, using a variety of methods such pyrolysis, gasification, or direct combustion.

Groundnut Shells

Groundnut shells have emerged as a promising and eco-friendly raw material for the production of bio pellets. These shells, which are typically discarded as agricultural waste, are now being recognized for their potential in generating renewable energy. By harnessing the inherent energy content and high lignocellulosic composition of groundnut shells, they can be processed into compact and dense pellets. These bio pellets serve as a sustainable alternative to traditional fossil fuels and can be used for heating applications in residential and industrial settings. The utilization of groundnut shells for bio pellet production not only helps in reducing waste and landfill burdens but also contributes to the global efforts in mitigating greenhouse gas emissions. This innovative approach not only promotes sustainable agricultural practices but also demonstrates the resourcefulness of utilizing agricultural residues to meet energy demands, making groundnut shells an invaluable raw material in the renewable energy sector.

Mustard Husk

Mustard husk has emerged as a highly viable and sustainable raw material for the production of bio pellets. This agricultural/industrial residue, which was previously considered as waste, is now being utilized to generate renewable energy. Mustard husk possesses a high calorific value and abundant lignocellulosic content, making it an ideal raw material for bio pellet production. Through an efficient pelletizing process, the mustard husk can be transformed into compact and uniform pellets that can be used as a clean and efficient fuel source. These bio pellets offer a renewable alternative to conventional fossil fuels, reducing dependence on non-renewable resources and contributing to a greener energy landscape. By utilizing mustard husk as a raw material for bio pellets, we not only mitigate the environmental impact of agricultural waste but also promote sustainable practices and help combat climate change. This innovative approach highlights the potential of harnessing agricultural residues for bioenergy production and showcases the versatility and value of mustard husk as a valuable resource in the renewable energy sector.

Wood Waste

We make use of wood waste to manufacture bio pellets, which in turn contributes to a cleaner and greener world. Our purpose is to eliminate the carbon footprint, subsequently decreasing the affect of carbon in the environment by means of making use of bio energy. It serves as an notable raw material for pellet manufacturing due to its ideal characteristics. Wood waste possesses a appropriate size and exhibits proper adhesive force, making it conducive for pellet formation. The ensuing bio pellets are characterized by high hardness and a easy surface. Moreover, they result in minimal abrasion to the pellet mills, ensuring their longevity. Wood waste encompasses a variety of forms, which include wood powders, wood shavings, and timber chips, all of which can be used for the production of bio pellets.

Agri Residue

Agri residue has emerged as a treasured and renewable raw material for Bio Pellet production. This residue, generated from agricultural activities such as crop harvesting and processing, can be efficaciously harnessed to generate easy and sustainable energy. Agri residue, such as crop stalks, straw, and husks, possesses high lignocellulosic content and power potential. Through advanced technologies like biomass gasification, pyrolysis, or fermentation, agri residue can be converted into biofuels like stable biomass pellets. These biofuels can be utilized for electrical energy generation, industrial and residential heating, or other heat generation purposes, decreasing the reliance on fossil fuels and minimizing greenhouse gas emissions. By using agri residue as a raw material for bioenergy production, we not only minimize agricultural waste and its environmental impact but also promote rural development and create extra earnings streams for farmers. This strategy showcases the importance of integrating agriculture and renewable energy sectors, contributing to a sustainable and climate-resilient future.


Bamboo is said to be a sustainable and versatile raw material for the production of Bio Pellets. It is a quick growing plant and it comes with a lot of potential for renewable energy industry. It comes with a quick growth rate and high cellulose content. The abundant availability, low environmental impact, and ability to sequester carbon makes it an attractive option for bioenergy production. Bamboo can be efficiently converted into biofuels and utilized for bioenergy generation. Through processes like pyrolysis, gasification, or fermentation, bamboo can be transformed into biochar, biogas, or bioethanol. They can also be used for heat and power generation, contributing to a greener and cleaner energy landscape. By utilizing bamboo as a raw material for bioenergy, we not only tap into a renewable resource but also promote sustainable land management practices and support rural economies. This approach underscores the importance of bamboo as a valuable feedstock in the transition towards a more sustainable and carbon-neutral future.