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In the Lulana Communal Environmentalist group's backyard workshop, a member shapes briquettes, made from recycled or waste cardboard and used for cooking fuel as an alternative to charcoal or wood, into a cylindrical shape using a machine funded by a European government. The manufacture of briquettes gives off a lot of smoke. Members of the group protect themselves with surgical masks. LCE sells its briquettes to individuals and restaurants.